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Time Management In Modern Corporate Governance

Table 1:

Author Approach to time management
Gleb Arkhangelsky (Arkhangelsky, 2008) - work and rest mode compliance (alternating the working process and the rest at equal time intervals);- rational organization of the work process by dividing large cases into smaller ones, as well as performing some undesirable or unpleasant tasks;- positioning an individual employee as an entire organization;- mandatory preparation of a plan for the day;- getting rid of imposed tasks that do not correspond to the goals;- mandatory control of the time spent on performing certain tasks.
Brian Tracy(Tracy, 2014) - making an internal decision to follow the set goal;- before you start planning, you need to clearly state the goal and deadlines on paper;- it is necessary to start working immediately after drawing up the plan, while it is important to record progress;- the importance of having a full weekend, when there should not even be a thought about work.
Robert Kiyosaki(Kiyosaki, 2017) - time tracking to adjust time habits for current tasks;- identifying your own productive time and maximize its use;- prioritizing tasks based on the effect of their implementation.
Bodo Schafer(Schafer, 2019) - not having a clear idea of the goal turns the plan into a useless set of actions.- in any busy schedule, you need to leave time for reflection;- working in multitasking mode significantly reduces the efficiency of the activity.
Dan Kennedy(Kennedy, 2017) - absolute punctuality in all matters;- make plans not only for the day, but also for a longer period of time;- minimizing unscheduled activities.
David Allen(Allen, 2008) - to use your time effectively, you need to always know what tasks are not completed yet;- you need to sort your own goals on a weekly basis;- it is important to record all the results obtained to determine the future direction of activity.
Nenad Milanovi(Milanovi, 2019) - daily planning of the working day;- division of tasks into 4 types by urgency and importance;- allocation of time for making "quick decisions".
Jenny Chang(Chang, 2020) - making plans and schedules are two different things;- delegate responsibilities if possible;- constant maintenance of order in businesses as a guarantee of success;- active multitasking practice.
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