Time management

A working day is not infinitely expandable and tasks can arise and resurface at any time. Postponing them continuously is to condemn oneself to inefficiency and to experience an unpleasant and harmful sense of powerlessness. To endure their disordered outburst is to condemn oneself to a lack of control over time and life. It's like being dependent on everything and everyone.
Time management allows everyone to organize themselves in order to lead a balanced life. As such it is as much a mindset as a technical affair.
ALM training allows everyone to learn how to organize its priorities, quantify its tasks, identify lost time, whether tolerated or endured, in order to delegate effectively and to project in the medium and long term.


• Identifying customary practices.
• Applying principles of organization.
• Establishing personal assessment and set development goals.
• Classifying priorities.
• Anticipating and delegating with foresight.


• The tools of functional organization (initial and final personal assessment).
• The management of professional constraints (assessment of the situation).
• Analysis and programming of optimizations.
• Individual experimentation through concrete situations.
• Individual time and shared time.