It's about time!

McKenna, Tech. Sgt. Patrick
December 1998
Airman;Dec98, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p18
Presents advice on time management in the office. Includes the creation of a master list which eliminates files of memoranda; Identification of priorities; Sorting of paper on one's desk; Placement of important documents into a manila folder; Writing of action items on a master list. INSET: Clutter's last stand.


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