Time management: Test of a process model.

  title={Time management: Test of a process model.},
  author={Therese Marie Macan},
  journal={Journal of Applied Psychology},
  • T. Macan
  • Published 1 June 1994
  • Business
  • Journal of Applied Psychology
Although the popular literature on time management claims that engaging in time management behaviors results in increased job performance and satisfaction and fewer job tensions, a theoretical framework and empirical examination are lacking. To address this deficiency, the author proposed and tested a process model of time management. Employees in a variety of jobs completed several scales; supervisors provided performance ratings. Examination of the path coefficients in the model suggested… 

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