self-management may refer to:
- Personal development
- Workers’ self management, a form of organizational management based on self-directed work processes
- Self managed economy, a type of socialist economic system dominated by self-managed enterprises
- Self management (computer science), the process by which computer systems will (one day) manage their own operation
- Self care, individual control of health care.
Self management is a key skill that will help you throughout your life. It involves setting goals and managing your time. Developing your motivation and concentration skills will help you to overcome the lure of procrastination. Effective self-management will help you to avoid stress and provide you with more opportunities to get involved in fun campus actitivies.
A key skill in self-management is self regulation. Self-regulation refers to individuals monitoring, controlling and directing aspects of their learning for themselves.
- The strategies are:
- Monitor – don’t just let things happen, assess and see why then pick a strategy
- Evaluate – take the time to ask if things are working out for you
The article of self management describes how this concepts works in teal organizations. The article also briefly touches upon how self-management has evolved during the course of the previous development levels.