Instant Time Management

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Kogan Page Publishers, 1999 - Business & Economics - 119 pages
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This lively inspirational guide will help anyone make the most of that rare commodity - time. Like other books in the Instant series, this book begins with a few short introductory chapters on managing yourself (everything from highly structured time management solutions to simple ideas); managing other people (learn how to deal with interruptions and things that disrupt your day); managing the world (shows how to deal with external factors that can either help or hinder your day); The main section of the book comprises around 70 exercises - each taking 5 to 20 minutes to complete. The exercises can be used incrementally to build excellence in time management - one step at a time. Each individual exercise is rated in terms of usefulness to life, work, self and others and also scored on a ""fun-or-chore"" scale.
 

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Contents

Systematic failure
3
Why do we fight it?
11
Its all their fault
17
More time management
99
What framework?
105
Selection tables
111
Techniques in social impact order
117
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About the author (1999)

Brian Clegg is a journalist and creativity consultant. He is a well known writer both in traditional media and on the World Wide Web. He worked at British Airways for 17 years. In 1984 became one of the airline's first PC programmers. While at BA he developed a considerable interest in business creativity.Brian left the airline to established himself as a freelance writer and set up Creativity Unleashed Limited (www.cul.co.uk), a company specialising in consultancy on business creativity and computer usability. He is a regular contributor to PC Week, Personal Computer World, Computer Weekly and the internet-based magazine, V3. and consultant. He can be contacted on email at brian@cul.co.ukRecent books have included Instant Time Management (Kogan Page) and an exploration of mankind's enduring fascination with light: Light Years.

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