Time Management in the context of Technology, Iran cultural Study Pub. (2014)

Time Management in the context of Technology, Iran cultural Study Pub. (2014)

As organisations expand and become more complex, their financial and physical resources are constrained, the importance of managing more than ever before has been felt and the optimal allocation of five organisational resources including capital, physical, human, information and time resources has brought higher productivity to the organisation. , Is getting worse day by day (McKenzie, 1). Perhaps the most critical asset of any person, group, organisation, or nation of their time. The value and place of time are such that one cannot find a person who wants to go past things. Although small interruptions in large industries (such as petrochemicals, refineries, etc.) with interconnected lines, the loss of several tens of billions of riyals.

Every moment when every person is not being used optimally is a precious gem that can never be replaced or delayed. However, the most crucial goal of time management is to increase productivity. However, this does not necessarily mean just doing the job. Making the most of your available time while making professional and professional successes can be part of your personal and family interests. Therefore, balancing private and professional life is a much higher goal than monetisation and career success. Therefore, the most important motivation for writers has been to find a way to make the most of their lives.

The first part of the book is dedicated to what and why and the second part is how to manage time. Unfortunately, in recent years, some have refrained from discussing the scientific and theoretical underpinnings of the slogan that management is ocean one-centimeter dept. Lack of thoughtfulness in management issues is a factor that may diminish the effectiveness and capability of this science in practice. So in the first part, we have tried to go deeper into the concept of time management by going beyond the conventional frameworks. However, we remain committed to the pragmatic school of management because the main scope and content of time management are different from how scholars express different strategies.

The first chapter introduces the concept of time management, principles and theories governing time management and related processes. The second chapter examines why time management works. Another point in this chapter deals with the damages and causes of time management. In this passage, we attempt to examine the barriers to time management at the individual, group, and organisational levels.

The second part of the book covers five chapters and devotes much of the book to how time is managed. In Chapter Three, we discuss the science and engineering management perspective on how time management is managed. This chapter covers survey methods (methodologies and timing). But as we know, these approaches are only focused on duplicate and standard jobs in the industrial and production world. The ever-evolving development of various technologies has led to a change like the work and the job duties of the staff. This development has resulted in a reduction in the number of simple, repetitive activities every day in industrial firms and factories.

Due to technological developments and increasing development, these companies are in dire need of knowledge workers and engineers. Due to the evolution of duplicate and straightforward technology in industries as cannabis has evolved, conventional techniques in industrial engineering and industrial management are no longer suited to these types of jobs. Therefore, in the fourth chapter of the book, we discuss operational strategies in intellectual jobs with a behavioural approach, and in the fifth chapter, we present strategies for prioritising tasks at different levels and tools. Chapter 6 discusses time management in project-based activities. Chapter 7 is dedicated to presenting time management solutions in the technology context. This section introduces the software and hardware offered in the ICT context. These include three broad ranges of computer software, web-based features, and mobile features.

Key words: Time, Time Management, Work Study(Time and Method Study), Bahavioural issues, Prioritising and Schedualing, Project Management, Time management Softwares.