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A document detailing meeting items to be covered that should be prepared in advance and sent out to all participants prior to the meeting.
Goals that require employees to "stretch," but are not impossible.
Attainable goals
Uninterrupted time blocked off to return phone calls, e-mails, or focus on a project.
Clustering tasks
Any time spent waiting.
Dead time
The assignment of the authority to perform work, to manage the work of others, or to make decisions on behalf of the organization.
Doing the right things at the right time.
Performing tasks quickly; doing things right.
Discussions with employees on the impact or consequences of their actions and an opportunity to provide input on the next steps to be taken.
Goals to be achieved within the next one to five years.
Intermediate goals
Goals to be accomplished in five years or more.
Long-term goals
The 80/20 rule states that 20 percent of the time spent on certain tasks will produce 80 percent of final results, while 80 percent of the time spent on other tasks will produce only 20 percent of final output.
Pareto Principle
Putting off doing a task.
Goals that fit in with a person's other responsibilities.
Realistic goals
Periodically questioning "What is the best way for me to use my time right now?"
Self checking
Goals to be achieved within the next year.
Short-term goals
Careful reviews of how an individual is currently utilizing time. A time audit can be performed by keeping a log or a journal.
Time audits
An important tool used to plot activities and goals in both the weekly and daily view.
Time planner
Activities that are taking too much of an individual's time and not actually helping to attain goals.
Time wasters
A tool used to prioritize tasks.
Urgency/Importance Grid