Issues of Time Management at a Workplace in Kazakhstan Essay

1865 Words Sep 18th, 2015 8 Pages
Issues of Time management at a workplace in Kazakhstan

Akhtanova Madina
Suleyman Demirel University
Kazakhstan, Kaskelen
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
Specialty: Finance
Email: madina-akhtanova@mail.ru

Abstract Nowadays conditions of rapid rise of competition around the world induce companies to pay attention to absolutely new fields of management. This research concentrates on the field , called Time management. The paper here looks at whether Kazakhstan companies use and have good time management techniques and if they apply Stephen R.Covey’s popular theory of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective people. The purpose of this study is to examine the omissions of Kazakhstan companies in this issue and find the
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For this reason, this paper is supposed to be useful in identifying the actual problems. «Time management systems have become exceedingly popular in recent years... and with good reason. The ultimate potential benefit of such systems is the ability to optimize how you spend your time in order to extract the best possible results in the shortest period of time.»(Steven Pavlina, 2010). Effective time management allows businesses to have comparative advantage and future prospective. Plenty of time management techniques, theories, skills and tools are available and described for businesses all around the world. Are these theories applicable to all businesses western or eastern? Does Kazakhstan take some advantages from them or even though use them? It is known that all available knowledge mostly refers to foreign authors, who write it relating to their country conditions and this paper discovers the applicability of famous theories for Kazakhstan conditions and especially with the Stephen R.Covey’s theory of the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (1989). Time management is comparatively young study, relating the issue of its usage in the business process. Kazakhstan as many developing countries, are only starts to acquire the knowledge about time management and use it in the business to enhance their productivity. Since early 2000s we have noticed the appearance of new type of training and sessions in Kazakhstan, which

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