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  • 1. Time management
  • 2. Time Management
    • Signs of overload
    • frustration, fatigue,
    • taking work home from the office,
    • no deadlines
  • 3. Time Management
    • Time management means the efficient use of our resources, including time, in such a way that we are effective in achieving important personal goals.
  • 4. Time Management
    • Time is something we never have enough of
    • Fortune building starts with time management
  • 5. Time Management
    • Time is working for you
    • If you don't use its potentional for you, it will act against you
    • Time wasting not only affecting you but also the others
  • 6. Time Management
    • Time is equally distributed to all of us
    • Time management starts by I want
    • Time management is a commitment
  • 7. Time Management
    • All champions plan their work
    • Strange idea that it is difficult task
    • Time is money (cost of minute)
    • Time can not be saved
  • 8. Time Management
  • 9. Time Management
    • 6 hours sleep per day
    • 50% of weekly time meetings
    • The rest for researches,
    • visits and follow up
    • The best time to think
    • between 6 to 8 am
    • High family affection
  • 10. Time Management
    • What’s involved ?
    • Analysis
    • Planning
    • Follow-up and Re-analysis
  • 11. Time Management
    • Find out how you use your time
    • Analyze your time log to identify your problems
    • Set goals by means of priorities rating
    • Develop action plans
  • 12. Time Management
    • 5.Schedule the key tasks
    • 6.Develop solution for overcoming time management problems
    • 7.Follow up and reanalyze
  • 13. Time Management
    • Time use analysis
    The Problem ! I don’t have a time I’m working late every night If only there were thirty-six hours in the day I have had a crisis last week
  • 14. Time use analysis
    • Do you have enough time to do things you want to do?
    • Do you have a daily plan for each activity?
    • Do you feel a control of your daily schedule?
    • Do you revise last day achievement?
    • Are you able to say NO forinterruptions?
    • Do things accumulate on your disk?
    • Do you feel always working and have no fun?
  • 15. Time use analysis
    • Time log
    • time log can help you identify how the others waste your time, and how I waste their time
    • Self assessment of abilities and resources
  • 16. Time use analysis
    • The 168-hour limit
    • 24 hours in a day
    • 168 hours in a week
    • 8,760 hours in a year
  • 17. Time use analysis
    • The 168-hour limit
    • No more, no less we all have the same amount of time the U.S. President or a retiree
    • It Isn’t a matter of being able to beg , borrow, or steal
  • 18. Time use analysis
    • The 168-hour limit
    • Time management, then, is the process of managing the things we do in that block of 168 hours per week
  • 19. Time use analysis
    • 168 hours-one week-may seem like a great deal of time
    • People will often say “I can do a lot in 168 hours ”
  • 20. Time use analysis
    • Personal Work Hours / Week
    • -Sleep (7hrs a night) 49
    • -Eat (2 hrs a day) 14
    • -Dress (1 hr per day) 7
    • -commute to work 5
    • -Other chores
    • (to maintain ourselves) 14
    • 89
  • 21. Time use analysis
    • Hours /Week
    • Working on the job 40-50
    • -Family, Leisure,
    • personal growth, 30-40
    • hobbies,
    • Free time
    • 168
  • 22. Time use analysis
  • 23. Time use analysis
    • Reasons for time wasting
    • People prefer to do what they like and postpone what they do not
    • People prefer to do what they are professional in
    • People prefer to do tasks need less time
  • 24. Time use analysis
    • Reasons for time wasting
    • People prefer interesting subjects
    • People respond to others’ needs before their own
    • People start by urgent not important subjects
  • 25. Time Robbers
    • Exaggerated time robbers *
    • Incomplete information for solution
    • Employees with problems
    • Telephone
    • Routine tasks
    • Meetings
  • 26. Time Robbers
    • Exaggerated time robbers *
    • 6 . Drop-in visitors
    • 7. Outside activities
    • 8. Crisis management
    • 9. Poor communication
  • 27. Time Robbers
    • Actual time robbers
    • Attempting too much at once
    • Unrealistic time estimates
    • Procrastination
    • Not listening
    • Not say “no”
  • 28. Time Robbers
    • Actual time robbers
    • 6. Doing it myself
    • 7. Stacked desk, personal disorganization
    • 8. delegating responsibility without authority
    • 9. Absenteeism & late arrival
    • Weak control & over control
  • 29. Analyzing your goals
    • Many of us become frustrated about our time management because we feel we are unable to accomplish basic goals
  • 30. Analyzing your goals
    • Work goals (to be a Good manager)
    • Family goals (good father)
    • Community goals (diabetes awareness trainer)
    • Self goals (physical fitness)
  • 31. Analyzing your goals
    • Write down the A-priority goals
    • Evaluate your goals
    • List the key tasks that must be done to achieve the goal
    • Describe measurable results
    • intangible goals (fuzzes)
  • 32. The matter of priorities
    • 1 st .priority
    • ( urg.&imp.)
    3 rd . Priority 2 nd . priority Last Priority Importance urgency Low
  • 33. Action plan
    • Decide on high priority goal
    • Identify performance task
    • Arrange task in logical sequence
    • Develop a time frame for each task and achievement of the goal
  • 34. Scheduling and bicycle
    • Schedule your a-priority task in most productive time
    • Schedule routine, pleasant task in the warm-up period
  • 35. Types of planning guides
    • Weekly plan: extremely valuable tool,
    • Should contain the following
    • - key activities
    • - key projects
    • Key person
  • 36. Types of planning guides
    • Daily planning should become as much a habit
  • 37. Improve time management techniques
    • Establish a time management system
    • Use time effectively not efficiently
    • Divide your time on quantity not quality
    • Work smarter not harder
    • Use do not disturb hour ”quiet hour”
  • 38. Improve time management techniques
    • Enhance the ability to say NO
    • Research for new business or customers
    • Keep fitness for physical health
    • Don’t lose what you have got for your family
  • 39. Improve time management techniques
    • Goals and priorities
    • Start with A and not C
    • Handle each piece of paper only once
    • Neither important nor urgent
      • File it
      • Deal with in "down time"
      • Delegate
      • Don’t do it
  • 40. Time management
    • The four Doe's of time management
    • Deal
    • Delegate
    • Delay
    • Drop
  • 41. Thank you
    • Dr. moh amed sorour 0105359170