Why change the routine is good!

When I was in the US Foreign Service a few years ago, I attended a "Personal Security Department" course in Washington DC before embarking on my mission to the Nairobi Embassy in Kenya. One of the issues the security officer emphasized in the class was that a foreign service representative abroad should avoid routines. He pointed out that we should always change our driving directions to and from work as well as departure time and arrival time. "Guidelines," he said, "are like a straw eye on the back."

I took the expert safety expert soon after I arrived in Nairobi when I learned that UPI journalist had been hired by a gang who had followed her to the dwelling where she was. Witnesses later said that suspicious Kenyan had followed her arrival and walked to the hotel for a few days before the incident.

Of course, this is a radical example of what can go wrong when we follow habits, but it is a true place. Methods do not always lead to positive results. Consider the negative effects that practices may have on engineers and what is needed to improve time management.

  • Instructions can make engineers less persistent (settling in a routine which often means that expectations are lowered like sliding a Lazy Boy chair)
  • Instructions can make engineers less productive (if a chef gets into a habit of flying six potatoes per day and more customers start meeting in the restaurant, someone will go hungry and it will not be a patrons)
  • Instructions can waste time for engineers (Joe's engineer has a habit where he responds to email and voicemail every hour but guess on what? Joe never gets a presentation because he loses too many times)
  • Guidelines can adversely affect engineers' workforce (Joe engineer has bad routine regularly

Some common rules that an engineer should avoid:

  • Organize Meet at the same time as a place (break it up by getting close together nninu starbucks or offsite and try offering host from another group at work).
  • Always ask the same employees for a job as a consultant (viewpoint from other, potentially skilled workers would increase engineer and personal growth of the engineer)
  • Always with krispy kreme donut with coffee in the morning (engineer could have a negative kind of personal growth around the waist. Try to replace the bran muffin and save the krispy krème donut as a personal prize for performance).
  • Always work on simple tasks that give engineers a great deal of comfort (engineers need to be challenged to grow both at work and as an individual)
  • Taking a coffee break at the same time daily (500 pounds of gorilla knocking on the door will be exciting and shocking experience

How to reduce habits:

  • Be a powerful engineer, not static (be positive and take care, be more aggressive by taking risks because you know you can work) [19659005] Regularly shrink until it disappears from five crises by crushing donuts day-four-three and two …)
  • Usually transfer to a domain partner or automate it (Joe engineer regularly analyzes daily data and is struggling , which spends time. data. As Jane hates a regular interview with manufacturers, she and Joe engineer could change a task to b etched time management for each of them.
  • The break routine of dynamic things (Joe engineer has a habit of designing a project without receiving feedback from collaborative workers and manufacturers until the end of the design. Waste time

The engineer is encouraged to review his or her career (s) at work to improve time management by using some of the principles outlined in this article. You will find that many practices are useful. This is especially true from an organizational point of view. For example, a young company that starts to start can potentially keep employees and projects on track. Please do not waste the usual schedules and "things to do list." Instead, optimize them to improve time management.


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