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SEMESTER FALL 2013
ASSIGNMENT # 02
DUE DATE: 30TH JANUARY, 2014
Almas had been studying in a Masters Degree program in Management
sciences for nearly past three semesters. She had been considered one of the
shinning students of her class who had been a high achiever having confidence
in her abilities. But in her fourth semester she had not submitted a single
assignment due to some medical reasons, and based on her good past results
she had had a sequence of extensions in the deadlines. But this practice doesn’t
stop here; she became habitual of such delaying tactics. As a result, these
practices were now being exacerbated by her inability to work.
In order to maintain her good grades now she had become much more anxious
about the quality of her first assignment. Despite of having enough extension
in the deadlines, Almas seems stuck in a vicious circle where she started
thinking that longer she will be handling her work the better would be the
quality of her work. With this state of mind she unnecessarily indulged herself
into needless revision and perfection of her work which cased further delaying
in her assignment and other activities.
Keeping in mind the above scenario you are advised to explain followings:
1. What is the leading cause of her poor productivity and career self
2. Based upon your subject knowledge recommend the techniques to
“Almas” in order to reduce these types of needless delays.
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The leading cause of poor productivity andcareer self-sabotage is procrastination, delaying a task for an invalid or weak reason. Even productivepeople have problems with procrastination at times.Reasons of procrastinationDelaying or postponing of assignments makes you less productive or unproductive. There may be a numberof reasons of procrastination.Key reasons for procrastination include:(1) Unpleasant tasksIf you do not like the tasks or assignments which you are supposed to do, might be the reason ofdelaying them.(2) OverwhelmingSometimes you think that the task given to you is so huge that you can not handle, you keep onhesitating to initiate it.(3) Concerns about negative consequences of one's workSometimes the fear of negative results of doing a task becomes the reason of postponing it.(4) Fear of success (worry about assuming too much responsibility)Just like the fear of failure, the fear of success also becomes a hindrance in performing a task. Onethinks if he/she successfully completes some task he/she might be chosen for some bigger assignment.(5) Lack of a perceived meaningful reward for doing the taskIf you feel that you would not be rewarded meaningfully, you would hesitate to do that work.Rebellion against being controlledAnother reason of procrastination is that you do not like to be controlled by others. You think that youwill do your work as and whenever you like it to do.(6) Enjoyment of the rush derived from scrambling to make a deadlineSome people enjoy doing things at the eleventh hour.(7) Perfectionism
Procrastination is the leading cause of poor productivity and career self-sabotage. People procrastinate for many reasons, including their perception that a task is unpleasant, is overwhelming, or may lead to negative consequences. Fear of success can also lead to procrastination. Awareness of procrastination can lead to its control.
Eight other techniques for reducing procrastination are (1) calculating the cost of procrastination; (2) counterattacking the burdensome task; (3) jump-starting yourself; (4) pecking away at an overwhelming task; (5) motivating yourself with rewards and punishments; (6) following the WIFO principle; (7) making a commitment to other people; and (8) expressing a more positive attitude about your intentions.
Following Eight techniques for reducing procrastination are (1) calculating the cost of procrastination; (2) counterattacking the burdensome task; (3) jump-starting yourself; (4) pecking away at an overwhelming task; (5) motivating yourself with rewards and punishments; (6) following the WIFO principle; (7) making a commitment to other people; and (8) expressing a more positive attitude about your intention