Definition of time management in English:

time management

noun

  • The ability to use one's time effectively or productively, especially at work.

    ‘time management is the key to efficient working’
    [as modifier] ‘students may need help in developing time management skills’
    • ‘He became convinced that time management was the key to personal freedom.’
    • ‘Skills needed included time management and working cooperatively.’
    • ‘To gain more control over your schedule, conduct your own time-management audit.’
    • ‘I have taken several time management courses and so far none of the techniques seem to work for me.’
    • ‘The key to success - both in business and in private life - is honing time-management skills.’
    • ‘A balanced combination of work and school can result in better time management and less procrastination.’
    • ‘Their improved ability to think analytically assists them with time management.’
    • ‘The people who run time-management seminars will tell you that the time you spend commuting to work is valuable.’
    • ‘If you're missing deadlines at your job, work on time-management techniques.’
    • ‘I don't know how you can be a salesperson without time management.’
    • ‘He is adamant that with a little effective time management, anything is achievable.’
    • ‘I already have good time management skills that I've learnt this year.’
    • ‘Her time-management skills are excellent.’
    • ‘Her university job guarantees her income year-round, but her challenge is time management.’
    • ‘Once in college, these students are not used to determining their own schedule and often struggle with time management.’