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Time-Motion Study

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Where Does The Time Disappear?

     “Where does the time disappear?” If you find yourself asking this question after the best of intents to do a better job managing your time, identify where your “time disappears”. A time/motion study causes you to document how you spend your day in small increments of time. When you add up the time spent on various activities within a day, week, and month you find surprises or confirm suspicions as to what actions need re-evaluating and control. The following chart is an example of such a time/motion study for one day for an office supervisor.

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