Harmonizing Organizational and Personal Needs

by Willy Norup, Geodex Int Inc, Sonoma, CA, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Management Planning for Survival and Growth


A system is presented for result-oriented allocation of time, energy and resources between the three important forces controlling any manager's life: himself, his family and friends, and his organization. Detailed techniques are presented for managing and controlling projects in all areas which cover a manager's life, at work as well as at home. This is a description of a personal management system within which you collect your ideas; set the proper objectives, make step-by-step project plans to meet those objectives; allocate your personal time in suitable blocks; and delegate and control your projects through to completion and evaluation of results. User survey data of managers demonstrate that application of these techniques typically result in 48. 8 percent increase in perceived personal productivity, with comparable reductions in perceived stress level.

Subject Headings: Lifeline systems | Project management | Systems management | Organizations | Surveys (non-geomatic) | Information management | Managers

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