Effective Time Management and Delegation

Thursday, June 20th

Jacqueline N. Hood, Ph.D., Of the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management will present an interactive and engaging session, with participants learning how to become more efficient and effective at work and in their personal lives through time management and delegation. Participants will be given an opportunity to discover their current effectiveness in managing time. Further, rules of thumb for managing time will be presented along with specific time management techniques for managers, such as delegation. Participants will recognize how to better prioritize their tasks, restructure their work, and eliminate time wasters in their lives.

Dr. Hood is the Creative Enterprise Endowed Professor at the Anderson School of Management, University of New Mexico. Dr. Hood has written numerous articles for management, entrepreneurship, and psychology journals and has presented over 70 papers at academic conferences. Dr. Hood’s teaching has included classes in Organizational Behavior and Diversity, Power and Influence, Team Dynamics, Leadership, and other topics related to the management of people in organizations. In addition to her academic research and teaching, Dr. Hood serves as an organizational behavior and organizational development consultant. Her consulting activities include top management team building, executive coaching, facilitating strategic management initiatives, organizational needs assessment, mediating conflict situations, and management training for executives.

7:00 – 7:30 am – Networking: Coffee and pastries served
7:30 – 9:00 am – Program
UNM Continuing Education Building
1634 University Blvd NE
AQN Members Free
$20 Non-Members
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2019 CPIM Job Task Analysis survey

Please take a few minutes to contribute to your profession, by completing the survey.  [Survey link: http://apics.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4Jb2LbHczDGJpdz]

Help shape the future of your profession by participating in the APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) Job Task Analysis (JTA) survey. Your feedback is vital to keeping CPIM up to date with current industry trends. Here are some details:

  • The survey will take approximately 15 minutes.
  • If you currently hold an APICS certification (CPIM, CSCP or CLTD), you will receive 1 maintenance point for participating.
  • If you supervise someone who performs a task shown in the JTA survey, answer as though you were performing the task.
  • If you are not currently employed as an inventory professional, or a professional in a related field, please answer based on your most recent inventory (or related) position.
  • This survey is anonymous.

As an additional thank you, all who participate will be eligible to receive a free copy of the 2019 Supply Chain Salary and Career report.

Be assured that information collected will be used only for the purposes of better understanding and serving the needs of today’s inventory professionals. If you have any questions regarding this JTA survey, or if you experience any technical difficulties, please email research@ascm.org


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