Make Every Minute Count

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2000 - Executives - 87 pages
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Time can't be saved up but it can be managed. Each of us manages time differently to suit our own personality and lifestyle, but the basic processes are described here, so we can choose which to apply to our circumstances:

delegating

prioritising tasks

planning ahead

dealing swiftly with interruptions and time-wasters

making technology do the work

using travelling time

The updated edition of this practical book contains checklists, time-analysis forms and charts that can be adapted to suit individual needs. Above all, it will help you to allocate your time more efficiently, so that you can get more done in less time. For managers at all levels, Make Every Minute Count will prove an invaluable guide

 

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Contents

prime time
14
shortterm planning aids
33
characteristics of good planners
39
environmental timewasters
48
dealing with your timewasters
54
plan your trips carefully
66
applying what youve learnt
72
time management in a nutshell
86
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Marion Haynes began his writing career 35 years ago. Today, Marion Haynes began his writing career 35 years ago. Today, he is a best-selling author with 10 books and 35 articles tohe is a best-selling author with 10 books and 35 articles to his credit. He is well known for his work on management and his credit. He is well known for his work on management and supervisory practices and retirement and life planning. His supervisory practices and retirement and life planning. His work has sold over 750,000 copies in US printings and selec work has sold over 750,000 copies in US printings and selected titles have been reprinted in 14 other countries. He retted titles have been reprinted in 14 other countries. He retired from Shell Oil Company in 1991 after a 35-year career iired from Shell Oil Company in 1991 after a 35-year career in human resource management. Following retirement, he joinedn human resource management. Following retirement, he joined Price Waterhouse where as part of a three-person team, he p Price Waterhouse where as part of a three-person team, he presented retirement planning seminars to Price Waterhouse clresented retirement planning seminars to Price Waterhouse clients across the US. Haynes served eight years on the board ients across the US. Haynes served eight years on the board of directors of the International Society for Retirement Plaof directors of the International Society for Retirement Planning (ISRP), was president of the Society from 1991 to 1993nning (ISRP), was president of the Society from 1991 to 1993, and has chaired the Editorial Board for the Society's jour, and has chaired the Editorial Board for the Society's journal and served on its newsletter board. Mr. Haynes received nal and served on its newsletter board. Mr. Haynes received an MBA, with distinction, from New York University. Today hean MBA, with distinction, from New York University. Today he and his wife, Janice, live in Kerrville, Texas. and his wife, Janice, live in Kerrville, Texas.

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