019 Time Management and the Project Manager

Happy Monday everyone!

I hope you had a great weekend.  Today is Monday and as you start your work week you’re likely to be facing lots of different projects that demand your attention, but most of all, your time.

Besides managing your own time, you might have a team of people with varying levels of time management skills.

As a project manager, how do you manage your own time and ensure that your team is also on the path to good time management?

My guest today will give us some great insights as we try to answer these questions.

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Francis Wade

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Francis Wade is the author of Bill’s Im-Perfect Time Management Adventure, and a consultant who started Framework Consulting Inc., after leaving AT&T Bell Labs in 1993.

Today, he lives in Jamaica. Inspired by the differences he’s discovered between productivity in the Caribbean and North America, he was led to continue the learning he started as a student at Cornell University, where he completed Bachelors and Master degrees in the discipline of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering.

He’s been a proponent of Time Management 2.0, a robust set of ideas that are challenging the conventional wisdom in the area of professional productivity.

When he is not working, Francis is an enthusiastic triathlete.

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  • fwade

    Hi Cesar – It was a pleasure to be on your show. I just noticed that there’s not a Facebook social button, and I wondered if that was on purpose?

  • PM4TM

    fwade I really enjoyed our conversation.  The button is there on top of the post (and below it too).  Do you not see it?

  • arshinipreetish

    There are many other skill sets that a project manager may need to have. But in my experience, time management is the most important skills that should require for project managers. I’ve heard that successful time management is more about keeping our motivation and shows path for success, rather than just following any particular system or software tool. 
    But it’s not like that, time management tools and applications really helps to manage our tasks and time without giving stress. I believe and I’m a huge fan of time management systems.
    Personally, I use Replicon ( http://www.replicon.com/olp/online-time-recording-software.aspx ) software for time recording! It is one of the best application I’ve ever seen in my career. Its such an excellent software to manage our daily, weekly and monthly routine.

  • PM4TM

    arshinipreetish Thanks for that comment and link!  I had not heard of Replicon.  Do you use it on a daily basis?

  • arshinipreetish

    PM4TM arshinipreetish You are welcome! Yes, I am using this software on dally basis. Its an excellent application, I am planning to purchase complete Replicon suite. Visit that link and browse it to know about the package!Let me know about your experience about the tool, Ok? And what tool are you using currently?

  • PM4TM

    arshinipreetish Thanks! I took a look at it, it sounds like a great solution if you need to keep track of how your team is spending their hours.  Thanks for the tip!!

  • arshinipreetish

    PM4TM arshinipreetish Thank you! Great to hear…Have a nice day!

  • PM4TM

    arshinipreetish You too!  Hey, did you listen to the podcast?  What did you think of my interview with fwade?

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