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Time management

  1. University Of Swat Fayaz Ahmad & Waqar Ahmad Class BBS
  2.  Generally, time management refers to the development of processes and tools that increase efficiency and productivity.  Time management is the act or practice of managing and supervising time .
  3. Time Management T =Time is life, do not waste it I =Identify major thieves of time and eject them M =Make a realistic list of things to do and act on it E =Eliminate unnecessary activities M =Memory aids such as diaries and tape recorders are useful A =Analyse how time is spent N =Never take on more than is necessary, learn to say no A =Analyse yourself and operate within your strengths G =Get on by being organized E =Employ a programmer of physical and mental fitness M =Manage backlog E =Employ a schedule or planner to chart the way ahead N =Never cease to become more efficient and effective T =Treat each day as your last, maximize it.
  4.  To save time  To reduce stress  To function effectively  To increase our work output  To have more control on our lives Why do we need Time Management
  5. The process of Time Management start with-  Making Activity logs  Planning  Costing your time  Prioritizing  Scheduling  Goal setting
  6. Costing your time Understand your true value by calculating your cost per year cost per year = (salary + taxes+ office space + office equipment + profit you generate ) Calculate your hourly rate = cost per year / work hrs. per year … .know where you stand.
  7. Making Activity logs Help in  Making a realistic estimate of the time spent during the day  Pinpoints the critical areas- time spent on low value jobs  Finding the high yielding times of our day
  8. Planning Draw an Action Plan- • A list of things that need to be done to achieve your Goal
  9. Prioritizing  Make a To-Do list  Consider the value of the task before deciding to do it- Is it worth spending your time & your company resources  Prioritize your task- The most important jobs should be completed first followed by other jobs
  10. Scheduling  Make a realistic estimate of how much you can do  Plan to make the best use of the available time  Preserve some contingency time to deal with ‘unexpected jobs’ Minimize stress by avoiding over- commitment to yourself & others
  11. Goal setting  Setting lifetime goals helps you to chart your life course & your career path  Break up your lifetime goals in smaller goals  Make a daily to-do list  Review and update your list on a daily basis & judge your performance
  12. Achieve your goals! Be your own judge and your own motivator, make Time Management your tool for success