Richard Worth, "Organization Skills, Second Edition"
2004 | ISBN-10: 0816055211 | PDF | 144 pages | 1,2 MB
All of us belong to organizations. Perhaps you are a member of a club or athletic team or have a part-time job in an organization such as a fast-food restaurant or a clothing store. Your parents probably work for organizations, too. These organizations may be large companies, such as a manufacturing plant, or much smaller firms, such as a travel agency. Some organizations run very smoothly. They are tidy and efficient, and everything is usually done promptly. Others are just the opposite - they are untidy and disorganized. Within them, nothing ever seems to be accomplished on time. The difference in the workings of efficient and inefficient organizations lies in the use of organizational skills across the group, no matter how big or small.
1 Principles of Time Management
2 Managing Your Schedule
3 Eliminating Time Wasters
4 The Pitfalls of Procrastination
5 Organizing Your Workplace
6 Seven Secrets of Better Time Management