Time Management

Time is finite and you can't get it back once it's gone. Effective time management means doing what you need to do most, when you most need to do it.

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Information Management

Knowledge is power but information isn't static; it changes and grows so rapidly that we barely have time to organise what we have before it becomes outdated.

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Managing Paper

More paper arrives in our offices than departs. Most offices are drowning in paper based information, much of which is duplicated or obsolete.

>> Managing Paper

Improving Productivity

Improving productivity means getting more out while putting less in; more work with less effort in less time.

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Getting Organised

We don't place a high priority on getting organised but being disorganised has a knock-on effect on everything we try to achieve.

>> Getting Organised

Managing Your Environment

Our environment affects us negatively or positively, often more than we realise. When that environment is our working environment, it can hinder or enhance our productivity and therefore raise or lower our stress levels.

>> Managing Your Enviroment

Stress Management

Stress is often a symptom of having too many demands and insufficient resources - a lack of balance. Attempting to keep up with the pace of modern living, together with increasing demands to do more work in less time, with less resources, can create an imbalance that results in stress.

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See Also Quotable Quotes

It has been left to our generation to discover that you can move heaven and earth to save five minutes and then not have the faintest idea what to do with them when you have saved them.

- C.E.M. Joad

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