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Effective Time Management at work

Updated on December 23, 2017

“And he that will not apply new remedies must expect new evil; for the times greatest innover”, said Francis Bacon. Looking closely at the accomplishment of many and not forgetting the failures of others, reveals that time was an embedded factor for both. Time flies, is yet another quotation. Everybody in this world is given 24 hours equally. It is therefore necessary that we must be aware of the fact hat winners utilized their limited time, in contrast to those who did not. Time cannot be controlled, but managed. The question is, how do we do it? Not speaking of the life as a whole.

Normally, we make time table for an entire day, which runs somewhat like this- 4-5, 7-9:30, etc., a correspondent with a specified work. However, there are drawbacks to this method of management. One example can be that we may ascribe for lunch or whatsoever of that nature for two or two and half hours, for our convenience, which is illogical. And this reduces the further advancement.

To remove these kinds of short-cut time resolve, we have an effective time management table. In this method we divide the whole day into 48 parts, i.e., half an hour, adjusted in a row will make 48 rows. Entering the working statements in the adjustment column would reveal the actual work we do and time needed for it. At the end of the day, we can analyze and plan for a better tomorrow, a good method for those who do assessment.

The method was explained by a person to an American company staffs who were a bit careless at this. The owner paid him $25000, which the speaker said that he can take any amount the owner was ready to give, considering the results.

“I recommend you to take care of minutes,

For hours will take care of themselves”, quoted by Philip Dormer Stanhope.


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