This might be too vague of a question, but I've been trying to determine the effectiveness of time management systems. There is a lot of information on various time management systems....all of which explicitly or implicitly claim to save you time or increase your productive output.
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The number of time management systems is actually quite overwhelming....
I feel like there are enough people claiming that these various systems are effective that it constitutes a notable claim. But I've been unable to find any evidence to support or deny the idea that people who implement these systems are more effective than they would be otherwise.
Can anyone shed some light on the subject?