Time is a limited resource. It cannot be stored, saved or multiplied. Time management is not only a managerial issue it is an organization wide issue.
What should a clear time management strategy have in an organization?
1-All employees have to account for their time
Thats right every employee should be accountable for his time in terms of economic value added
2-Managers must account and reconcile their team's time with the economic value added of their team.
3-Time which is not productive has to be eliminated.
4-Question the status quo and why we do specific things the way we do.
5-Automate cost effectively anything possible and worth automating.
6-Use the time priority matrix
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