WHEN TIME MANAGEMENT FAILS
How Efficient Managers Create More Value with Less Work
by Hunkar Ozyasar
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New softcover book, 248 pages. Published 2008. A Business Bookshelf publication
When Time Management Fails is based on more than 300 interviews with exceptionally efficient managers. By using examples from typical office settings, anecdotes and excerpts from over 50 interviews, the book shows how some managers create more value for their organizations and obtain greater appreciation, compensation and promotion while at the same time reducing their work hours. When Time Management Fails was featured in the Wall Street Journal’s CareerJournal.com and endorsed by 11 bestselling experts in productivity and personal growth. The foreword is written by David Allen, author of the internationally acclaimed bestsellers Getting Things Done and Ready for Anything.
About the author
The son of a Turkish diplomat, Hunkar Ozyasar grew up in Turkey, Germany, and the UK. He began his career as an assistant brand manager at Unilever, where he developed a strong interest in understanding managerial efficiency. He continued to interview managers for When Time Management Fails in his subsequent jobs as an entrepreneur and then as a copywriter at J. Walter Thompson. To pursue his passion from an academic angle, he completed an MBA degree at one of the world's top business schools, Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Taking advantage of the school's exchange program, he completed part of his studies in Thailand, gaining valuable insights into the work habits and challenges of Southeast Asian managers. Upon graduation, Ozyasar joined Deutsche Bank. Following his first assignment in London, he settled in New York, where he was subsequently promoted to Global High Yield Bond Strategist. During his tenure with Deutsche Bank, Ozyasar was quoted in numerous financial publications including Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal. In order to focus on his book, the author left Deutsche Bank in February 2005. As a passionate athlete, Ozyasar enjoys studying natural means of enhancing sports performance. When his schedule allows, he writes in Master Trainer, a bimonthly magazine dedicated to the subject.
When Time Management Fails - Hunkar Ozyasar