Take Control of Your Time

With Our Productivity EBook

 

Engineers face a constant barrage of competing priorities from customers, co-workers, managers, vendors, and others. Combined with continuous demands to be creative and digital distractions, engineering productivity is declining. In our new ebook, Advanced Time Management, we take a look at a few causes of lost productivity, as well as some viable solutions. 

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Practical Tips to Increase Productivity

Control your day with time management practices, and discover how to avoid burnout while making the most of your talents. 

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Health Hazards

Digiphrenia and nomophobia are two emerging health hazards that are impacting job satisfaction of knowledge workers globally. Do not let mobile devices steal your time and productivity.

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Myth of Multitasking

According to research from the American Psychological Association, there is “lag” time when a person switches from one task to another. Multitasking can take as much as 40 percent more time than focusing on one task.

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Soft Skills

Discover six soft skills every engineer needs to take their careers to the next level. Learn tactics to overcome communication mishaps, and kill stress in the workplace. 

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Reinventing the Wheel

Understand when to analyze and when to act. You can waste an enormous amount of time and mental energy defending ideas that you should let go.

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Technical Skills and Mediocrity

Determine to keep current with technology that can improve your work. Continual learning benefits both the organization and the individual, make it a priority and you could make yourself more marketable.

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More Resources

Get links to more articles, books, and podcasts about time management. Learning is a lifetime skill that empowers engineers and managers; never stop!

Until we can manage time, we can manage nothing else.

Peter Drucker

How productive are you?