- 小東Lv 61 十年前最愛解答
Time management includes tools or techniques for planning and scheduling time, usually with the aim to increase the effectiveness and/or efficiency of personal and corporate time use. These are embodied in a number of books, seminars and courses, which may offer conflicting advice. The common denominators of these strategies are a to-do-list, setting priorities and goal management. Some of the best known examples of time management strategies are tied to specific lines of time management products.
Time management for personal use is a type of self-management. In a corporate setting, time management software can satisfy the need to control employees, make it easier to coordinate work and increases accountability of individual employees.
Planning time and writing to-do-lists also consumes time and needs to be scheduled. This is one of the major criticisms of time management.
The four generations of time management
Stephen R. Covey offers a categorization scheme for the hundreds of time management approaches that are on the market today.
First generation: reminders
Aficionados of this approach limit their time management efforts to keeping lists and notes. They see these papers as reminders. Items that are not done by the end of the day are transferred to the next day's list in the evening. Covey also calls this type of style the "Far Eastern, Go with the Flow".
Second generation: planning and preparation
People in the second generation use calendars and appointment books. They will note where meetings are held and identify deadlines; this is sometimes even done on a computer. As opposed to the first generation, the second generation plans and prepares, schedules future appointments, and sets goals. This in turn saves their time.
Third generation: planning, prioritizing, controlling
Third generation time managers prioritize their activities on a daily basis. They tend to use detailed forms of daily planning on a computer or on a paper-based organizer. This approach implies spending some time in clarifying values and priorities.
Fourth generation: being efficient and proactive
Stephen R. Covey, in First Things First, refers to his approach as the 4th generation time management, and emphasizes the difference between urgency and importance in planning. For example: some people may go their entire lives completely missing out on important things (like spending time with their children before they have grown up) because it was never "urgent." The point is not to ignore urgent things, but to embrace important things without waiting for them to become urgent.
Urgency can be deceptive. It can make some unimportant things appear to be important. Also, making time for important things may require spending less time on unimportant things, regardless of their urgency.
- 1 十年前
I think that you could just really AIM the point that the person's asking which is WHY IS TIME MANAGEMENT IMPORTANT instead of just copying all those informations...
- winwinLv 61 十年前
Time management is important to any student, but it is particularly important to those involved in student organizations. Involvement in an extra-curricular activity or group means that in addition to classes, meals, jobs, and socializing, another significant amount of your time is automatically taken when it comes to scheduling your day. The information presented here and on the linked pages provides some pointers on how to more efficiently manage one of your most precious resources, time! Managing your time is a highly personal skill. Only you know your peak work hours, your attention span, and your eating and sleeping needs. Using what you know about yourself, you can create an effective time management strategy. Do not pretend to be a morning person if you are not. Be honest with yourself.
話時話, 你系乜程度.. 唔講, 好難答得你正確, 因為, MBA, BBA...etc.. 都好唔同.
如果系focus Project Management嘅 Time Management, 講嘅又唔同.
如果你唔講清楚, 只會o向里度收到好多好多web site上面嘅answer.
仲有, 要小心呢.. 搵啲offical web site嘅asnwer會好啲. 因為, 網上有啲卑人自行edit / elaborate嘅未必夠100%正確.
2007-04-22 19:12:04 補充：
仲有呀, 我卑你嗰個系direct copy from web site. 有啲terms系要改架.. 好似, 你o向中間開始見到好多you, your.. etc.. 系因為篇文系卑web surfer睇.. 如果你要自己用, 就要將會「對象」其中嘅here.. 系因為個web site有好大篇嘢.你唔好懶.. read carefully啦. 幫到你里度. 我卑你個題示一定到題, 答得正確. 個main point系 = how to more efficiently manage one of your most precious resources, time!
2007-04-22 19:26:09 補充：
另一個由Dr. Jacobs寫嘅有關time management文章 (1)Time management reduces stress, increases productivity, and makes life a lot easier on the whole. Planning does not have to be very strict and demanding, but rather doing your work the easiest and most efficient way possible.
2007-04-22 19:26:54 補充：
(2) Making a large time table of calendar to outline the actual time available for studying is important. That way you can literally visualize what the options are and can make manageable goals based on the available time.
2007-04-22 19:27:35 補充：
(3)It should include the activities that are necessary and constant like sleep, a job, or classes. One mistake that I always make is to underestimate the time that something will take.
2007-04-22 19:28:44 補充：
(4)You can avoid this problem by giving a lot of room for an activity that might not take that long. Any extra time is a treat instead of panicking because your planning was off.里個好貼切你個QUESTION..
2007-04-22 19:29:16 補充：
Dr. Jacobs寫嘅有關time management文章 http://www.chemistrycoach.com/WRtime.htm#Time Management
2007-04-23 13:16:57 補充：
其實, 我o向2007-04-22 19:26補充嘅已經夠你做答案. 你唔講乜程度系好難幫你架.資料來源： I am a MBA student