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How to Help a Jamaican
Come on Time
Time-Based Productivity via
Psychology and Engineeri...
Context – Low Productivity
Every functioning adult uses time
management techniques – a system of
habits, practices and rituals
The Cracks
Time-based productivity lives in the cracks
between academic departments
• Psychology? Sociology? Management?
E...
Dr. Laurie-Ann Hellsten
2012 Literature Review
“Currently no universally accepted definition of
time management”
“No agree...
“Between 1972 and 2007 the
country’s labour productivity has
been declining at an average annual
rate of 1.5 per cent. ”
In Ecuador…
Participacíon Ciudadana, the civic group behind
the (punctuality) campaign, reckons that

$724m (or
4.3% of GD...
We aren’t alone
Multi-Tasking
24/7 Information Overload
Distractions
You
Time can’t be managed
Seen Jamaicans become
more productive after
they migrate
Is this psychology?

Are very busy…
3 steps
• Understand “the atom” – A Time Demand
• How to View / Understand it
• How it’s Handled – research results
Perceived
Control of
Time?
Step 1

Prospective
Memory
Implementation Intentions

DOUBLE
Memory Has Its Limits
Each Factory Has a “Widget”
What about timebased productivity?
The Widget: A

Time Demand

An individual
commitment to
complete an action
in the future.
A time demand _______
…Is a discrete psychological object.
…Includes the action to be taken.
…Has a duration plus an estim...
The “Simple” Model
A Time Demand Moves Around
7 Fundamentals
Acting
Now
Emptying

Storing

Tossing
Capturing

Scheduling
Listing
NewHabits-NewGoals

23
The Advanced
Model
A Time Demand Can’t Move!
It’s a Mental Object
7 Fundamentals
Actions
In-action

Decisions

Habits
Interruptions
Time
Demands
Data gathered: 74 Profiles

NewHabits-NewGoals

26
Total Count per Belt
300

249

250

200

150
122
Total Count

113
100

50
23

0

White Yellow Orange Green
~95%

White Yellow Orange

Overall
Belt
Ranking

Green
How to Help a Jamaican
Come on Time?
Hypothesis:
Once you know your
current profile, it’s
easier to make
changes
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How to Help a Jamaican Come on Time - Time-Based Productivity via Psychology and Engineering

Audio http://goo.gl/wxFnaa - Time-Based Productivity is a challenge for Jamaicans. The symptoms of imbalanced lives, lateness, forgotten commitments and time-stress surround us daily, affecting our macro-economy and our micro-experience. In this session we’ll look at the latest research and how it can be bent, shaped and shifted to give us concrete answers in our context, building on empirical data gathered in 6 years of local training programs. For more information on this topic, visit http://2time-sys.com

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How to Help a Jamaican Come on Time - Time-Based Productivity via Psychology and Engineering

  1. 1. Audio Link: http://goo.gl/wxFnaa How to Help a Jamaican Come on Time Time-Based Productivity via Psychology and Engineering Francis Wade
  2. 2. Context – Low Productivity
  3. 3. Every functioning adult uses time management techniques – a system of habits, practices and rituals
  4. 4. The Cracks Time-based productivity lives in the cracks between academic departments • Psychology? Sociology? Management? Engineering? • Little research, no conferences, no journals, no departments, no funding, no follow-up work
  5. 5. Dr. Laurie-Ann Hellsten 2012 Literature Review “Currently no universally accepted definition of time management” “No agreement regarding the skills and behaviors that constitute time management”
  6. 6. “Between 1972 and 2007 the country’s labour productivity has been declining at an average annual rate of 1.5 per cent. ”
  7. 7. In Ecuador… Participacíon Ciudadana, the civic group behind the (punctuality) campaign, reckons that $724m (or 4.3% of GDP) each year. lateness costs Ecuador
  8. 8. We aren’t alone
  9. 9. Multi-Tasking
  10. 10. 24/7 Information Overload
  11. 11. Distractions
  12. 12. You Time can’t be managed Seen Jamaicans become more productive after they migrate Is this psychology? Are very busy…
  13. 13. 3 steps • Understand “the atom” – A Time Demand • How to View / Understand it • How it’s Handled – research results
  14. 14. Perceived Control of Time?
  15. 15. Step 1 Prospective Memory
  16. 16. Implementation Intentions DOUBLE
  17. 17. Memory Has Its Limits
  18. 18. Each Factory Has a “Widget”
  19. 19. What about timebased productivity?
  20. 20. The Widget: A Time Demand An individual commitment to complete an action in the future.
  21. 21. A time demand _______ …Is a discrete psychological object. …Includes the action to be taken. …Has a duration plus an estimated start / end time (i.e. metadata). …Has some pseudo-physical properties. …Doesn’t bother us when it’s well managed. …Disappears once its completed.
  22. 22. The “Simple” Model A Time Demand Moves Around
  23. 23. 7 Fundamentals Acting Now Emptying Storing Tossing Capturing Scheduling Listing NewHabits-NewGoals 23
  24. 24. The Advanced Model A Time Demand Can’t Move! It’s a Mental Object
  25. 25. 7 Fundamentals Actions In-action Decisions Habits Interruptions Time Demands
  26. 26. Data gathered: 74 Profiles NewHabits-NewGoals 26
  27. 27. Total Count per Belt 300 249 250 200 150 122 Total Count 113 100 50 23 0 White Yellow Orange Green
  28. 28. ~95% White Yellow Orange Overall Belt Ranking Green
  29. 29. How to Help a Jamaican Come on Time? Hypothesis: Once you know your current profile, it’s easier to make changes
  30. 30. Add your name/emailMy Game Links To Receive Minnie Mouse minnie@disney.com John Smith-Ramlogan john@tstt.net Free Downloads 30

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