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Author Buck, Frank, 1959- author.

Title Get organized : time management for school leaders / Frank Buck, Ed.D.

Published New York, NY : Routledge, 2016.
©2016.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.2011 BUCK    AVAILABLE
Edition Second edition.
Physical description xi, 122 pages ; 24 cm.
Series An eye on education book.
Eye on Education book.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1 Clear Your Desk 1 -- Is His Day Like Your Day? 1 -- Are You a "School Leader"? 2 -- Time: Friend or Foe? 2 -- A Simple Solution 3 -- Creating a Tickler File 3 -- Tickler File in Action 4 -- Other Examples 5 -- Forgetting Is a Good Thing 8 -- Paper Workflow 8 -- Let's Tackle the Rest of the Desk 11 -- Let's Tackle the Rest of the Office (or Classroom) 12 -- An "L-Shaped" Desk 12 -- Prepare Tomorrow Today 12 -- My First-Year Secret Weapon 13 -- Summary: Your Desk Is Clear and So Is Your Thinking 14 -- 3 Your Signature Tool -- What Is a "Signature Tool"? 15 -- Why You Should Use a Digital Tool 16 -- An Organized Task List 16 -- A Task List That Gets Done 22 -- Calendar 28 -- A Very Complete Contacts List 29 -- A Wealth of Reference Material 29 -- Our Love/Hate Relationship With Email 30 -- Summary: You Only Have One Place to Look 30 -- 3 Handling Repeating Tasks 31 -- Setting Up a Repeating Task System 32 -- Who Can Help? The Art of Delegation 38 -- Expanding the Repeating Task List Throughout the Organization 42 -- Summary: Do the Thinking One Time and Let the System Handle the Rest 43 -- 4 Managing the Flood of Incoming Information 44 -- Documentation 45 -- Email 54 -- Let's Begin Getting "In" to "Empty" 56 -- Voice Input 65 -- Summary: Surf the Wave Instead of Drowning in the Flood 66 -- 5 Handling Multiple Projects 67 -- Projects Are Different 67 -- Project Execution: The GPS of Life 68 -- Define the Goal 70 -- Break the Project Into Small Steps 71 -- Put the Next Step and the Related Goal on the Task List 71 -- Keep Related Information With the Project 72 -- Stick With a Project as Long as You Can 74 -- Put a Bookmark in the Project 75 -- Organize the Supporting Material 76 -- Summary: Build a Reputation for "Staying on Top of Things" 76 -- 6 Where Do I Put It?... It's Paper 77 -- Fingertip Files 78 -- Current Projects 78 -- Reference Files 80 -- Off-Site Storage 83 -- File It the Way You Find It 84 -- Summary: Paper Is Not the Enemy-Lack of a System Is 85 -- 7 Where Do I Put It? ... It's Digital 86 -- Computer Desktop 86 -- Documents 87 -- Fingertip Files 89 -- Current Projects 90 -- "Cloud" Storage 91 -- Using Multiple Cloud Services 92 -- Backing-Up Your Files 93 -- Summary: It's Only of Value if You Can Find It Quickly 95 -- 8 Evernote Made Easy 96 -- A Day in the Life of the Evernote User 97 -- Case for Evernote 102 -- Getting Started 103 -- What Notebooks Do You Need? 103 -- Stacks, Notebooks, and Tags 108 -- Returning to Linda's Day: Lesson Plans in Evernote 110 -- Designing Your Own System 112 -- Digital Documents Versus Digital Notes 113 -- Summary: Your Notes just Became More Valuable 113 -- 9 Putting It All Together: Mindy's Math Dilemma 115 -- Goal and the Next Step 115 -- Initial Meeting 117 -- Project Planning 117 -- When the Dance Is Over 119 -- Summary: Total Control and Peace of Mind 120 -- 10 Time Is My Friend 121.
Subject School administrators -- Time management.
School management and organization.
ISBN 9781138852693 (hardback)
9781138852709 (paperback)