Working late can seem like a given, but it doesn’t have to be. The key to getting on top of your workload is a combination of prioritizing, organizing and delegating so you don’t use all your time and energy on tasks that aren’t essential or could be performed by others, advises Bob Pozen, a senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, in a series of blog posts for Harvard Business Review.
Setting a strategy and putting systems in place can give you a sense of mastery over your work and help you make every minute count. Here are some tactics for getting out from under your workload, without letting go of the work:
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