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The Impact of Internal Factors in Time Management

Shefqet Zeqir Dervishaj

European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies Articles, 2016, vol. 1

Abstract: Time management, as a new and modern discipline, represents a problem in developed countries as well as in Kosovo. The intention of this study is to carry out an analysis as to how these factors affect the time management in public organizations and in private companies in Kosovo. Amongst other factors that influence the management in general, the focus of the present study rests on internal factors, which are resources, capacities and base competence or competitive advantage of the organization, what the level of these factors is and how can organizations advance these factors and thus create a competitive advantage. Time is a necessary and irreplaceable resource in the process of completing tasks. Time is the managers’ valuable asset and in the event they lose it they can neither save nor replace it. The better we make use of time the more we will manage to accomplish. We cannot stop time; we cannot extend nor recover time. What can we manage? We can manage ourselves in time and we must understand the nature of the “time†phenomenon in order to adapt to it. The objective of this study will be to identify the extent that the organizations understand their internal environment, determination of values of these factors and determination of these capacities, identifying of weak and strong points of these factors. Based on the practice and based on the data I shall collect from the field, I will compare the same and will extract conclusions as to how these factors impact the time management, increasing thus the efficacy and efficiency of the organizations included in the study. External data shall be collected by way of quantitative questionnaires in order to come to a conclusion as to how these factors affect the time management in business and public organizations in Kosovo.

Keywords: time management; internal factors; skills; technology; environment. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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DOI: 10.26417/ejms.v1i3.p158-167

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