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Reducing staff members
wasted time by just 5 minutes every hour would increase productivity 8.3%.
Time Management Tips for Planning Your Day
Managing time is not that hard. 5 simple tips
and ideas in article are presented for planning a day in order to achieve
better time management and get important items done.
Write down everything you need to do in the same tool.
Review your tasks and prioritize the items at the same time each day.
Look at your list of appointments for the day and determine which are
important to do on this day.
Schedule blocks of time in your day to work on your to do list.
Allow for flexibility in your schedule.
full article with how to ideas at
Lately, I've been asked a lot of questions about both time and meeting
management. So I've put together several articles that address these
issues. This issue is devoted primarily to individual time management,
but you can find an article on action items which relates to meeting and
project management for groups at
5 Time Saving Tips using the Computer
for Information Management
Computer spreadsheets, word
processing applications, databases, and email tools can be used effectively
to save time. Article gives 5 tips for using the computer to reduce
repetitive tasks and information searches.
- Use spreadsheets to make
lists, build budgets, and track multiple items.
- Use standardized forms
and checklists for work and planning that is repetitive.
- Use email instead of the
phone to save time and increase accuracy.
- Use a contact management
database for quick lookup of key information on people.
- Use form letters in a
word processing application to reduce time spent in developing similar
See full article with reasons why at
"Time flies. It's up to you to be the
- Robert Orben
Multi-Contributor Blog "To Be Productive" at
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