Here are the latest time management tips and updates from around the web.
In her column in USA Today, personal coach and business consultant Gladys Edmunds points out the difference between poor time management and procrastination.
A new article at DAWN.com also draws focus to procrastination, and provides a few helpful strategies for breaking bad habits.
An article in Computing.co.uk presents a recent study that showed how business-related smart phones can make workers busier without making them more productive. The main culprit? Checking email too often.
The Economix blog on The New York Times online takes a quick look at productivity data to assess whether, as Barak Obama recently stated, U.S. Workers truly are the most productive in the world. The answer might surprise you.
Running your own merchandise-based business? Practical ECommerce highlights a number of time-saving shipping tips.
On GigaOM, a successful social media technologist looks at some of the collaboration and time management practices her company uses to manage its virtual team.
William C. Taylor from BNET.com introduces what he calls a two-hour routine that will boost everyone’s productivity: office hours for business leaders.
Lifehacker has a post on the role of sleep in managing human memory and decision-making, which should encourage readers to make sure they get enough rest.
And those wanting to save a few minutes getting ready in the morning can read this short and sensible personal fashion advice from The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.