Wednesday, 30 January 2013

A paradox of time management

Time management is a difficult task to a varying degree everywhere in this world. In developing countries, one main reason for mismanagement of time is an absence of strong institutions.
While, in developed countries one main hindrance to time management is a presence of strong institutions.

In developing countries, day to day appointments, different tasks and assignments are delayed by weak systems and people find themselves in overlapping and appending jobs. Thus, time management becomes hard.

In developed countries, appointments/tasks are gradually being shifted on machines. The machines perform best if discrete solutions are required but perform poor when solutions for obscure matters are required. Since human is not a machine and subject to errors, nonetheless, machines do not accommodate efficiently natural errors of humans.

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