Managing time and goals for success: Opinion

January 13, 2021
Graduate students need to improve their time-management skills in order to meet the imprecise goals of their work, writes Victoria McGovern. The author discusses how students can develop work habits that allow them to make the most of their time. The article explains that rather than trying popular techniques to overcome procrastination and poor time management, students should research “productivity systems” and choose approaches and elements that will suit them. The author also explains how setting a small number of underlying goals in three categories can help students understand what drives their to-do lists. Inside Higher Ed (International)