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Ho: Time Management 2.0

The ideas underpinning Time Management 2.0 remain to be proven by direct research and I thought I'd lay them out in a transparent manner - so that anyone can grasp the essential questions in a few minutes. Let me know how I've done

Francis Wade

on 25 October 2013

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Transcript of Ho: Time Management 2.0

Professionals are more productive
with custom-built time
management systems
Time Management 2.0
is better than Time Management 1.0
P.S. Feel free to add evidence!
Unproven Hypotheses
at 2Time Labs
Every working adult already has a time management system in place
= the system is self-taught
= it is developed in young adulthood
= new habits are developed at crucial moments
= the results of a diagnosis open up opportunities
= adults develop uneven sets of skills
= the sets are uneven due to their self-taught nature
= parts of it work quite well
= most people have systems that are inadequate for their total lives
= professionals' needs can be grouped - they are alike in many ways
= their needs are correlated with the volume of time demands they face
= their needs change when certain life changes take place
= there are clear symptoms that pop up when one's needs outstrips one's system
= the overall number of time demands is increasing for most professionals
Implementing behavior changes is better made at a pace that is customized for each professional
= filling skill gaps first is better than improving strong skills
= having a choice of what to improve and when is better
= taking small steps to change is better than taking large steps
= trying to make a small number of changes is better than a large number
= multiple habit change supports are better
= habit change suports that are independent of will-power work better
= habit changes based on triggers work better
= custom habit support works better
= human beings are weak at changing habits
Habit change support is better
The essential elements of Time Management 2.0 have been derived from research in adjacent fields of study i.e. they have not been proven directly. As such, they exist as hypotheses for which some evidence exists. While the research slowly being done shows that 2.0 thinking is sound, there remains the need for further studies, better data and hypotheses that aren't "no-brainers." Alas, time management research remains in its infancy, and there needs to be more collaboration, funding and interest from the academy and industry to move us away from gadget-fixation to far better solutions that actually solve fundamental challenges that real people face every day.
Francis Wade, 2Time Labs
Join Us Today. www.2time-sys.com
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