The Power of Managing Time

ISBN Number : 978-81-8488-581-1

Student Price : Rs.150

Student Dollar Price : 6$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 68

About The Book

`The Power of Managing Time` highlights the importance of time factor in all activities including business, industry, home and office and creates an awareness in the effective use of time. You cannot manage time unless you use your power of managing time. Power here connotes will power, determination and concentrated effort to get things done within the time frame.

As time is the most precious resources available freely to mankind, its importance is not much realized. Hence, creating awareness of time in employees of various organization, students and teachers in the academic field, housewives, businessmen, professionals and others, is essential to make it a fruitful exercise. This book is for everybody.

Whether one is behind time, with time or ahead of time-is the crux of the problem which must be investigated and analysed to obtain the answer. Swami Dayanand Saraswati has said, "Look back, and when you do so, you are in the `NOW`. Look ahead and when you do so, again you are in the `NOW`. Look at, aren`t you in the `NOW`? `NOW` is the reality of time in which you have your reality".

"If you want to enjoy one of the greatest luxuries in life, the luxury of having enough time, time to rest, time to think things through, time to get things done and know you have done them to the best of your ability, remember there is only one way. Take enough time to think and plan things in the order of their importance. Your life will take a new zest, you will add years to your life, and more life to your years. Let all your things have their places. Let each part of your business have its time."-Benjamin Franklin.

With regard to organizing executive time, Peter Drucker, Management Guru, has said, in his book on `Effective Executive`, "Whenever a senior executive-whether in business, government or academic world-tells me that he controls more than half of his working house, I am reasonably certain that the actually has no idea where his time goes. For `discretionary time` is one of the scarcest and most precious of commodities. It is the time which executive has at his own disposal, to spend according to his own judgement on matters that are truly important.


Contents -

1. The Concept of Time
2. Time — Our Precious Resource
3. Planning and Scheduling of Work and Time
4. Time Budgeting
5. Work — Time Relationships
6. Controlling Time
7. Savings of Time
8. Procrastination and Delays
9. Time Spectrum
10. Quotations, Abstracts and Fun Time
11. Conclusion

About The Author

 J.D. Tripathi is a Management Consultant and a trainer since over 30 years. He did his post graduate studies in U.K. in Business Administration and Management Studies. He graduated in Commerce from Bombay University. He had worked with Colgate, Palmolive, Blue Star and new Standard Engineering, in senior positions.   

He was a Director of the Training Institute, The Stock Exchange, Bombay, and Vice Principal of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan`s R.P. Institute of Communication and Management. He was a Consultant with IBCONS and a Guest Faculty with NITIE, He was a visiting Faculty with J.B. Institute of Management Studies, N.M. Institute of Management Studies, Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management and other Management institutes. He was a consulting Editor (Management) of Fortune India Magazine.   

 He has handled a number of consultancy and/or training assignments of a number of companies including Air India, Amul Dairy, Asea Brown Boveri, Bajaj Auto, Bharat Petroleum, BSES, Cynamid, ICICI, IPCL, Johnson and Johnson, Larsen and Toubro, MMRDA, Mukand, TELCO, Vickers Systems, MTNL and Gammon. He is a Business Associate of Tata Consultancy Services. He has contributed 5 Papers in 5 management books and a number of his articles have been published in newspapers and journals.

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