Research Solutions for Time Management
University of Phoenix
“Time management is important for everyone. While time management books and seminars often place their focus on business leaders and corporations, time management is also crucial for students, teachers, factory workers, professionals, and home makers. Managing work and home responsibilities under the same roof takes a special type of time management.” (Estes, 2009) Time management is one of the issues that most people face every day. Whether a teenager is trying to manage schoolwork and afterschool activities or a president of a company trying to manage work, family and social activities it can be a hassle. The author of this paper is currently trying to manage work, school, family time and social activities along with other day to day issues. The most important (and seemingly the hardest to manage) are work, school, and family time. These three have an impact on the author’s life daily and finding time to take care of everything has become a problem. In order for the author to solve effectively the time management problem she must first gather as much information on the subject as possible. The author needs to research and find information on time management and techniques that deal with work, school and family time. Since time management is such a common topic, information can be found on the internet through search engines such as yahoo and Google, in books and journals, in news magazines and through the University of Phoenix library on the student website. The next step would be to evaluate the information to make sure it fits the author’s specific needs. To gather the information needed the author of this paper considered two main factors: date and source relevance. First the author looked at the dates of all the material found. The material had to be relevant. Information that was over 10...
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