September 1976 // Volume 14 // Number 5

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Editor's Page

The Enemy Is Us (pdf)
Jerry Parsons

Feature Articles

But I Don't Have the Time! (pdf)
Lloyd Westbrook, Charles Lifer
Want to manage your time better? Try these ideas.

File, Answer, or Toss (pdf)
Marion MacDonald
A key to handling your mail and organizing your files.

It All Begins With Us (pdf)
LaVerne W. Bintner
A simple idea for handling committees.

Your office--A Disaster Area? (pdf)
Paul M. Bulloch
One way to improve your office efficiency./span>

Biorhythmic Awareness (pdf)
Anne G. Scoggins
Use your body clock to plan your week.

Efficiency in Accountability (pdf)
Gary Deverman
Using the computer to improve your time use.

Delegation: Key to More Time (pdf)
Michale J. Tate, Laurence A. Cushman, Jr.
How one staff group delegates responsibility.

Time for People and Creativity (pdf)
Judith L. Place
You can manage your time and be concerned for people.


A Message from the Past? (pdf)
Edwin E. Russell

Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade (pdf)
Marjory Mortvedt
A Brief Review of the Following:
The Effective Executive
Peter F. Drucker. New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1967. 178 pp. $8.95.
Manage More by Doing Less
Raymond O. Loen. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1971. 254 pp. $13.75.
How to Get More Done in Less Time
Jospeh D. Cooper. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1971. 470 pp. $7.95.
The Management of Time
James T. McCay. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice Hall, 1959. 176 pp. $7.95 (cloth), $2.45 (paper).
First Things First
Laverne Forest and Sheila Mulcahy. Madison: University of Wisconsin-Extension, 1976. Total module: $100.00. Module includes: slide-tapes: Part I- $55.00, Part II- $55.00; handbook: $1.50; workbook: $.50; and overhead transparency masters: $1.50.
Managing Time
Peter F. Drucker. Rockville, Md.: BNA Communications, Inc., 1968. Film (color), 25 minutes. $69 rental/ 3 days. $425 purchase.
Time to Think
Beverly Hills, Calif.: Roundtable Films, Inc., 1973. Film (color), 20 minutes. $50 rental/week. $325 purchase.
The Time of Your Life
Alan Lakein. Hollywood, Calif.: The Calley Curtis Company. 1975. Film (color), 26 minutes. $100 rental/3 days. $440 purchase.
How To Get Control of Your Time and Your Life
Alan Lakein. New York: David McKay Co., Inc., 1973. 160 pp. $8.95 (cloth), $1.50 (Signet paperback, 1974).
The Time Trap
R. Alec Mackenzie. New York: American Management Association, 1972. 195 pp. $8.25 (cloth), $2.95 (McGraw-Hill paperback, 1975).
Total Time Management
Robert Moskowitz. New York: AMACOM. 1975. 6 audio cassettes and workbook: $95.00. Available on loan basis for training purposes for the Staff Development Office, ES-USDA.
The Management of Time
Resources for Education and Management, Inc. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1972. 4 filmstrips and cassettes: $235.00. Available on loan basis for training purposes from the Staff Development Office, ES-USDA.


To the Editor (pdf)
Clair Engle