Time Management Techniques
How Procurement Saves Time
The Pomodoro Technique is a method for using your time more efficiently. As a college student in the late 80s, Francesco Cirillo used a tomato shaped timer to break up his work into short, 25-minute intervals. (Pomodoro is Italian for tomato.) By using short time intervals divided up with short breaks, Cirillo found that he was more productive and focused on his work.
Here are the six simple steps to using the Pomodoro Technique.
- Determine task to be completed.
- Set your timer for 25 minutes.
- Work until the timer rings.
- When the timer rings, mark a check on a piece of paper.
- For checks 1-4, take a short two to five-minute break.
- Continue the process and on your fifth check, take a longer 15-30 minute break.
The Pomodoro Technique is an easy way to make the most of your time.
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Source: Wikipedia, Pomodoro Technique