In March/April 1981, a survey was conducted of more than 300 project managers in twenty-four different industries to identify the problems that exist in trying to obtain effective project time management.4 The survey was conducted with written questionnaires and personal interviews. Fifteen areas were investigated:
• Employee's background (age, project time span, and dollar value of project)
• Energy cycle per day
• Energy cycle per week
• Daily/weekly work schedule
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