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Time management as a persistent problem in companies
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|Department of Social Studies (FRDIS)|
Final thesis progress:
Final thesis was successfully defended.
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Title of the thesis:
|Time management as a persistent problem in companies|
This thesis aims mainly about time management skills of specific company's employees. Between main topics belongs ability to plan near and long-term future and skills to manage steps leading to achievement of set goals. The theoretical part talks about different points of view from plenty of authors on problematic of colleague's distraction, social media stealing attention or unexpected electronic communication. This work focus also on reasons of post-poning the tasks, inability of delegating or overloading and shows different advices of au-thors how to deal with problems connected to time management. The practical part starts with short business introduction of the specific company. In empirical part I focus on differ-ences between people of different age, gender and with different level of education. I also identify whether studying and working in the same time play any role in ability to schedule time and fulfilling necessary steps to achieve preset goals in given time framework.
|disorganization, postponing, delegation, distraction, planning, time wasters, disarrangement, company, decision making, motivation, time management, procrastination, stress|
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If you wish access parts of thesis with postponed release, please contact the user Ing. Mgr. Jiří Čeněk, Ph.D..