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The Personal Efficiency Program: How to Get Organized to Do More Work in Less Time Paperback – November 21, 2003
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What business person doesn't feel constantly pressed for time, struggling mightily to fulfill an ever-expanding array of professional obligations while simultaneously juggling an always increasing litany of personal responsibilities? Kerry Gleeson, founder of the Institute for Business Technology, presents a comprehensive but easy-to-implement plan for "getting things done" on the work side (which then leaves more time for other matters) in The Personal Efficiency Program. Gleeson's "PEP" plan outlines a variety of organizational processes and simplification systems that should work if diligently implemented, and suggests ways to use them effectively in real-life situations. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
??brings the art of time management up to date?? (Times T2, 1st September 04)
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While writing this review, I realized that this book is probably best for those, like me, who have NO CLUE how to organize and be efficient. For those who've mastered the basics, other programs may be better.