Time management
Time is the most valuable organizational resource. This is because while one organization can reap over 1000% return-on-investment on a specific unit of time, another organization with similar capacity may reap less than 10% return on investment on the same unit. Time is also the most perishable organizational resource because once it is lost, it can never be regained.

Unfortunately, research in management shows that time is the organizational resource that is most taken for granted by modern managers. Gresham’s Law of planning states that “programmed activities continually drive out un-programmed activities in the schedule of managers unless conscious knowledge and effort is applied to reverse the trend”.

Successful organizations however, are those who through knowledge, practice and corporate habits are able to separate between programmed and un-programmed activities and focus the effort of their managers on the latter.

The training Programme is aimed at providing, modern information, Skills and Technologies of Time Management for Managers of Organizations.


•Imperatives For Effective Time Management For Modern Managers
•Conceptual Overview Of Time Management
•Personality And Time Management Paradigm
•Time Management Matrix
•Time Utilization And Brain Hemispheric Access
•Process, Tools And Techniques Of Effective Time Management
•Practical Applications Of Time Management Principles
•Real Life Time Management Challenges And Solutions - A CEO’S EXPERIENCE

For Whom: All Staff of the Organization
.Strategy    .People   .Technology