Drehbuch für ein perfektes und ein chaotisches Zeitmanagement
1. Edition 2011
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Time management is en vogue. Back in 1990 a quarter of all persons employed bemoaned living under great time pressure; in 2000 roughly half suffered this fate. Today, two-thirds of all Germans face this dilemma.
Perfectionists and chaotics, however, have very different approaches to the natural resource time. Those who plan things perfectly strive to launch long-term tasks, they love their work, they are well-organized, punctual and conscientious. The flexible chaotics sieze the surprise opportunity, can rely on their network, keep organizational costs to a minimum and are not enslaved to the shortage of time. For both character types there has, up to now, been only one scheme of time management: Both had to organize their life according to the same design. This was obviously not meant to succeed.
This entertaining and at the same time scientifically well-founded guide provides many examples of both styles and presents a custom-tailored, practical method of time management for each.