Time management in companies is a very important part of their productivity.
The control over the use of time allows the achievement of a better performance (A better work-balance life relationship also depends on this).
The time with which we face with our tasks is not all the same, J.Jill Johnson of Lab Manager suggests to divide the use of our time into 3 categories:
1. Routine activities
2. Project oriented activities
3 Crisis situations
This division allows us to understand how to evaluate our priorities and improve the approach to the activities that take place.
Time management must take into account numerous details to be effective.
You can set any management plan, but without a certain amount of discipline the effectiveness is likely to be affected. People may be prone to bad habits like procrastination and distraction. Activities like routine routines are more at risk of bad habits. Project-oriented activities are certainly more complex than routine and need a multi-faceted program, perhaps shared with a team. Crisis situations are unexpected, by their nature they require flexibility of thought and adaptation.
To counter bad behaviors or unexpected events it is useful try to implement some strategies, for example counterpoints a quick action to procrastination, or accumulate in time and experience to manage unexpected events.
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