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Note: Please see the attached file as your guide.
You can start your write up by opening it with quotations on time management.
Quotations can be sourced out from http://www.lifeoptimizer.org.
You can define the concept of time management by using the ideas of MSG (2012) and Ward (2012).
Ideas of time management can be narrowed down to prioritization. You can use Mind Tools (2012) suggestion that prioritization is particularly important when time is limited and demands are seemingly unlimited.
Combine the write up with Goley's (2010) seven steps to Effective Time Management.
You can quote Porter's (2012) interview with five (5) entrepreneurs that revealed how they use time management in becoming more productive -- and finding the right work-life balance.
You can conclude your write up by saying that the essence of time management is increased efficiency and productivity. This was exemplified by the corporate practices of real-life entrepreneurs.
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Time is the wisest counselor of all.
Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
Time = life; therefore, waste your time and waste of your life, or master your time and master your life.
The key is in not spending time, but in investing it.
Stephen R. Covey
Ordinary people think merely of spending time. Great people think of using it.
MSG (2012) defines the concept of time management as:
- Time Management refers to managing time effectively so that the right time is allocated to the right activity.
- Effective time management allows individuals to assign specific time slots to activities as per their importance.
- Time Management refers to making the best use of time as time is always limited.
According to Ward (2012), time management generally refers to the development of processes and tools that increase efficiency and productivity.
Ward (2012) categorized time management as a skill and personal in nature. The objective of which is to make people "more organized, efficient, and happier".
She further indicated that the keys to manage time are goal setting, planning, prioritizing, decision-making, delegating, and scheduling.
In addition to using time management for personal gain, the concept can also be applied in actual working situations from goal setting to scheduling.
In applying time management in either work or personal activities, MSG (2012) suggested the following:
Be organized - Avoid keeping stacks of files and heaps of paper at your workstation. Throw away what you don't need. Put important documents in folders. Keep the files in their respective drawers with labels on top of each file. It saves time which goes on unnecessary searching.
Don't misuse time - Do not kill time by loitering or gossiping around. Concentrate on your work and finish assignments on time. ...
The solution shows the rationale of time management.
MGT410 Unit 3
MGT410 Unit 3 IP 4-5 Pages
Consider the following scenario:
Jim Delaney, president of Apex Door, has a problem. No matter how often he tells his employees how to do their jobs, they invariably "decide to do it their own way," as he puts it, and arguments ensue among Jim, the employee, and the employee's supervisor. One example is the door-design department, where the designers are expected to work with the architects to design doors that meet the specifications. While it's not "rocket science," as Jim puts it, the designers invariably make mistakes such as designing too much steel (a problem that can cost Apex tens of thousands of wasted dollars once you consider the number of doors in, say, a 30-story office tower).
The order processing department is another example. Jim has a very specific and detailed way he wants the order written up, but most of the order clerks don't understand how to actually use the multipage order form. They simply improvise when it comes to a detailed question such as whether to classify the customer as "industrial" or "commercial."
The current training process is as follows. None of the jobs have a training manual per se; although, several have somewhat out-of-date job descriptions. The training for new people is all on the job. Usually the person leaving the company trains the new person during the one to two week overlap period, but if there's no overlap, the new person is trained as sufficiently as possible by other employees who have filled in occasionally on the job in the past. The training is basically the same throughout the company for machinists, secretaries, assemblers, accounting clerks, etc.
For this assignment, assume that you have been hired by Apex Door to develop a training program. Develop a training proposal that provides specific suggestions on what you will do to improve the training process at Apex Door.
Source: Dessler, G. (2003). Human resource management. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
MGT410 Unit 3 3-5 paragraphs
You have recently been asked to revamp the new employee training for the call center customer service representatives of an investment management firm. Using course materials to support your position, briefly write your response to the following:
? What are the essential components and/or considerations necessary to make this an effective training program? (1-2 paragraphs)
? Why are these essential? (1-2 Paragraphs)
? Submit your work to the discussion board. Read the responses to this issue and post a 1 paragraph response to at least one of your classmate's ideas.
MGT410 Unit 3 GP 1 questions with 1 paragraph
Consider this unit of this course a "training phase." As a group, you are to produce the following:
1. A list of at least one questions that could be used to facilitate group or chat discussion on this topic (i.e. Developing Training Programs)
2. A paragraph for the question indicating the extent to which the question is likely to stimulate useful discussion of this topic and why