[Translate to English:] Zeitmanagement

Time Management

The subject of time management is used to summarize the topics, concepts, methods and tools that allow time to be used consciously. Therefore, the terms self-management and time-related skills are sometimes used synonymously. Obviously, this is a very practice-oriented topic. In order to adequately address this at a university, our courses use in particular concepts as practical-normative systems of statements with the practical aim of design.

The thematic starting points are complex and include, for example:

  • Criteria and design questions for the formulation of goals
  • Motivation aspects depending on the level of requirements
  • the phenomenon of unintended blindness from applied cognitive psychology
  • Influencing factors, limits and effects of multitasking
  • setting priorities according to the Pareto principle
  • Questions of efficiency and effectiveness
  • the multi-dimensionality of decision-making based on the Eisenhower principle
  • Task delegation options depending on individual characteristics
  • the relevance of goal-oriented project management in general
  • Process mapping through event-driven process chains
  • the temporal analysis of extensive projects with network plans
  • Aspects of chronobiology and chronotypes
  • Results of economic happiness research
  • Measures to prevent stress
  • Factors influencing mental resilience
  • the need for goal-oriented conflict management
  • Dimensions of electronic communication skills