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The Resource HBR guide to getting the right work done

HBR guide to getting the right work done

Label
HBR guide to getting the right work done
Title
HBR guide to getting the right work done
Title variation
  • Harvard Business Review guide to getting the right work done
  • Getting the right work done
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses how readers can stay focused, accomplish more, and manage time
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
650.1/1
Index
index present
LC call number
HD69.T54
LC item number
H374 2012
Literary form
non fiction
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Harvard Business Review Press
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  • Time management
  • Decision making
Target audience
adult
Label
HBR guide to getting the right work done
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Includes index
  • "Stay focused, accomplish more, manage your energy"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nine Things Successful People Do Differently: It's not who you are; it's what you do
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • 117
  • 19
  • An 18-Minute Plan for Managing Your Day: Frequent check-ins with yourself will keep you on course
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 121
  • 20
  • Use a 10-Minute Diary to Stay on Track: The best way to spend the last few minutes of your day
  • Heidi Grant Halvorson
  • Teresa Amabile
  • Amabile, Teresa, Steven Kramer
  • Kramer, Steven
  • 125
  • Section 6
  • Renew Your Energy
  • 21
  • How to Accomplish More by Doing Less: Take breaks to get more done
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • Halvorson, Heidi Grant
  • 135
  • 22
  • Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time: Time is limited, but your energy is not
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony, Catherine McCarthy
  • McCarthy, Catherine
  • 139
  • 23
  • Why Great Performers Sleep More: hellip;and how you can, too
  • Tony Schwartz
  • 9
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • 147
  • Section 7
  • Take Control of Your E-mail
  • 24
  • Simplify Your E-mail: Three folders will do it
  • Gina Trapani
  • Trapani, Gina
  • 153
  • 25
  • 3
  • Eight E-mail Overload Experiments: Don't be afraid to be extreme
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • 157
  • Section 8
  • Maintain Your New Approach
  • 26
  • Sustaining Your Productivity System: You've become productive! Now keep it up
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • Being More Productive: An Interview with David Allen and Tony Schwartz: Do you need the right system or the right frame of mind?
  • 165
  • Section 9
  • Explore Further
  • 27
  • More Productivity Books to Explore: Summaries of three popular titles by Covey, Morgenstern, and Allen
  • Ilan Mochari
  • Mochari, Ilan
  • 171
  • 28
  • Productivity Apps and Tools: Tech tools to keep you on track
  • Daniel McGinn
  • 175
  • McGinn, Daniel
  • 23
  • Section 2
  • Section 1
  • Prioritize Your Work
  • 4
  • Get a Raise by Getting the Right Work Done: Focus on the work that will bring the greatest reward-for your organization and for you
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 35
  • 5
  • Worth-Your-Time Test: Stop wasting time on the wrong work
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • Get Started
  • 39
  • 6
  • Say Yes to Saying No: Make it easier to decline projects and invitations
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • 43
  • Sections 3
  • Organize Your Time
  • 7
  • A Practical Plan for When You Feel Overwhelmed: How to get started when you don't know where to begin
  • 1
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 49
  • 8
  • Stop Procrastinating-Now: Five tips for breaking this bad habit
  • Amy Gallo
  • Gallo, Amy
  • 53
  • 9
  • Don't Let Long-Term Projects Become Last-Minute Panic: What to do when you have "all the time in the world": Peter Bregman
  • You Can't Get It All Done: ...so what should you do?
  • 57
  • 10
  • Stop Multitasking: Do just one thing to get many things done
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 63
  • 11
  • How to Stay Focused on What's Important: Stop fighting fires
  • Gina Trapani
  • Trapani, Gina
  • Peter Bregman
  • 69
  • 12
  • To-Do Lists That Work: The secret is specificity
  • Gina Trapani
  • Trapani, Gina
  • 73
  • 13
  • How to Tackle Your To-Do List: Use your calendar
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 77
  • 14
  • Reward Yourself for Doing Dreaded Tasks: When crossing items off Your list just isn't enough
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • 81
  • Section 4
  • Delegate Effectively
  • 15
  • Management Time: Who's Got the Monkey?: Delegate, Delegate, Delegate
  • 3
  • William Oncken
  • Oncken, William, Donald L. Wass
  • Wass, Donald L., Stephen R. Covey
  • Covey, Stephen R.
  • 87
  • 16
  • Levels of Delegation: Teach them to fish
  • Linda A. Hill
  • Hill, Linda A., Kent Lineback
  • Lineback, Kent
  • 2
  • 109
  • Section 5
  • Create Rituals
  • 17
  • Ritual: How to Get Important Work Done: Make good habits automatic
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • 113
  • 18
  • Power Through Your Day in 90-Minute Cycles: Work with Your body's natural rhythms
Control code
ocn778420938
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 184 pages
Isbn
9781422187111
Lccn
2012012383
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
650.11 H339 ; XX-N ; SA ; LAP ; C1304QU1.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 778420938
  • (Sirsi) 778420938
  • (OCoLC)778420938
Label
HBR guide to getting the right work done
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Includes index
  • "Stay focused, accomplish more, manage your energy"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nine Things Successful People Do Differently: It's not who you are; it's what you do
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • 117
  • 19
  • An 18-Minute Plan for Managing Your Day: Frequent check-ins with yourself will keep you on course
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 121
  • 20
  • Use a 10-Minute Diary to Stay on Track: The best way to spend the last few minutes of your day
  • Heidi Grant Halvorson
  • Teresa Amabile
  • Amabile, Teresa, Steven Kramer
  • Kramer, Steven
  • 125
  • Section 6
  • Renew Your Energy
  • 21
  • How to Accomplish More by Doing Less: Take breaks to get more done
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • Halvorson, Heidi Grant
  • 135
  • 22
  • Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time: Time is limited, but your energy is not
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony, Catherine McCarthy
  • McCarthy, Catherine
  • 139
  • 23
  • Why Great Performers Sleep More: hellip;and how you can, too
  • Tony Schwartz
  • 9
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • 147
  • Section 7
  • Take Control of Your E-mail
  • 24
  • Simplify Your E-mail: Three folders will do it
  • Gina Trapani
  • Trapani, Gina
  • 153
  • 25
  • 3
  • Eight E-mail Overload Experiments: Don't be afraid to be extreme
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • 157
  • Section 8
  • Maintain Your New Approach
  • 26
  • Sustaining Your Productivity System: You've become productive! Now keep it up
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • Being More Productive: An Interview with David Allen and Tony Schwartz: Do you need the right system or the right frame of mind?
  • 165
  • Section 9
  • Explore Further
  • 27
  • More Productivity Books to Explore: Summaries of three popular titles by Covey, Morgenstern, and Allen
  • Ilan Mochari
  • Mochari, Ilan
  • 171
  • 28
  • Productivity Apps and Tools: Tech tools to keep you on track
  • Daniel McGinn
  • 175
  • McGinn, Daniel
  • 23
  • Section 2
  • Section 1
  • Prioritize Your Work
  • 4
  • Get a Raise by Getting the Right Work Done: Focus on the work that will bring the greatest reward-for your organization and for you
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 35
  • 5
  • Worth-Your-Time Test: Stop wasting time on the wrong work
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • Get Started
  • 39
  • 6
  • Say Yes to Saying No: Make it easier to decline projects and invitations
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • 43
  • Sections 3
  • Organize Your Time
  • 7
  • A Practical Plan for When You Feel Overwhelmed: How to get started when you don't know where to begin
  • 1
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 49
  • 8
  • Stop Procrastinating-Now: Five tips for breaking this bad habit
  • Amy Gallo
  • Gallo, Amy
  • 53
  • 9
  • Don't Let Long-Term Projects Become Last-Minute Panic: What to do when you have "all the time in the world": Peter Bregman
  • You Can't Get It All Done: ...so what should you do?
  • 57
  • 10
  • Stop Multitasking: Do just one thing to get many things done
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 63
  • 11
  • How to Stay Focused on What's Important: Stop fighting fires
  • Gina Trapani
  • Trapani, Gina
  • Peter Bregman
  • 69
  • 12
  • To-Do Lists That Work: The secret is specificity
  • Gina Trapani
  • Trapani, Gina
  • 73
  • 13
  • How to Tackle Your To-Do List: Use your calendar
  • Peter Bregman
  • Bregman, Peter
  • Bregman, Peter
  • 77
  • 14
  • Reward Yourself for Doing Dreaded Tasks: When crossing items off Your list just isn't enough
  • Alexandra Samuel
  • Samuel, Alexandra
  • 81
  • Section 4
  • Delegate Effectively
  • 15
  • Management Time: Who's Got the Monkey?: Delegate, Delegate, Delegate
  • 3
  • William Oncken
  • Oncken, William, Donald L. Wass
  • Wass, Donald L., Stephen R. Covey
  • Covey, Stephen R.
  • 87
  • 16
  • Levels of Delegation: Teach them to fish
  • Linda A. Hill
  • Hill, Linda A., Kent Lineback
  • Lineback, Kent
  • 2
  • 109
  • Section 5
  • Create Rituals
  • 17
  • Ritual: How to Get Important Work Done: Make good habits automatic
  • Tony Schwartz
  • Schwartz, Tony
  • 113
  • 18
  • Power Through Your Day in 90-Minute Cycles: Work with Your body's natural rhythms
Control code
ocn778420938
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 184 pages
Isbn
9781422187111
Lccn
2012012383
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
650.11 H339 ; XX-N ; SA ; LAP ; C1304QU1.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 778420938
  • (Sirsi) 778420938
  • (OCoLC)778420938

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