Develop a framework of “effective” time management. Identify the three time factors: time wasters or stealers, time savers and time management techniques. Highlight concepts that distinguish the relationship between time management and behavioral science versus traditional time management tools or gimmicks. Finally, explore the need to manage oneself to improve time management.
Building an effective time management framework, Three time factors-time wasters, time savers and time management techniques, Managing “oneself” to improve the management of time
Sole practitioners, firm partners, CFOs, controllers, and staff accountants.
Determine how to develop a framework of effective time management. Identify the three time factors: time wasters, time savers and time management techniques. Recognize the relationship of time management and behavioral science. Analyze self-management in order to improve the management of time.
David L. Osburn, MBA, is the founding and managing member of David L. Osburn & Associates. His firm specializes in providing seminars on topics such as banking and finance, negotiation skills, marketing, and management. He is a co-founder of a commercial lending company and functions as the contract CFO of a multi-state construction company.
With more than 24 years of teaching experience, Mr. Osburn is an adjunct faculty member of an accredited MBA program. His extensive professional background includes 16 years in banking, covering comprehensive underwriting, management, business development and commercial loan work-out“ experience.
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