Procrastination in organization

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  • 1. PROCRASTINATION IN ORGANIZATION SUBMITTED BY: FARAH AHMED STUDENT ID :SP10-BB-0013 Submitted to: Mam Anita Laila
  • 2. Procrastination  Procrastination is the practice of carrying out less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time.
  • 3. Psychological  Psychologists continue to debate the causes of procrastination. Drawing on clinical work, there appears to be a connection with issues of anxiety, low sense of self-worth, and a self-defeating mentality.  Procrastination is strongly connected with lack of self-confidence (e.g., low self-efficacy, or learned helplessness) or disliking the task (e.g., boredom and apathy).
  • 4. Physiological  Procrastination is strongly related to impulsiveness, this area of the brain is responsible for executive brain functions such as planning, impulse control (to resist a temptation), and attention, and acts as a filter by decreasing distracting stimuli from other brain regions. Damage or low activation in this area can reduce an individual's ability to filter out distracting stimuli.
  • 5. Perfectionism  Traditionally, procrastination has been associated with perfectionism, a tendency to negatively evaluate outcomes and one's own performance, intense fear and avoidance of evaluation of one's abilities by others, heightened social self- consciousness and anxiety, recurrent low mood, and "workaholism"
  • 6. 6 ways to avoid Procrastination in Organization  Be Careful  Go Paperless  Record your time monsters  Work with your habits not against them  Set goals  Create a Command Center
  • 7. Prevailing Over Procrastination  Having an accountability Partner  Give yourself a reward  Focus on Finish Line  Just Do it