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Apprendre à toute vitesse, faites plaisir à votre cerveau par Xavier Delengaigne et Thérèse de Laboulaye

Ce dernier livre de Xavier Delengaigne et de Thérèse de Laboulaye est plus une cartographie des méthodes d’apprentissage rapide qu’une méthode d’apprenditssage en soi..

Il fait le tour d’horizon des différentes méthodes d’apprentissage. Et quel tour ! L’ouvrage fait appel à de nombreux témoignages d’experts.

Il sera sans doute utile à ceux et celles qui cherchent une ou des méthodes qui leur conviennent le mieux pour apprendre mieux et plus rapidement.

InterEditions, 2014.


Organisez votre temps avec le Mind Mapping par Xavier Delengaigne

Qui n'a rêvé de maîtriser une technique simple et fiable pour organiser son temps et gagner en efficacité et en rapidité, que ce soit dans la vie professionnelle ou dans la vie privée? Cet ouvrage a pour objectif de mettre le Mind Mapping (représentation visuelle de vos idées) au service de la gestion du temps : des outils simples, d'apprentissage aisé, permettant de disposer rapidement d'un grand nombre de données triées et traitées, donc immédiatement exploitables. Vous apprendrez ainsi à planifier vos activités, à piloter votre quotidien et enfin à mieux organiser votre temps en y intégrant aussi celui des autres.

Sommaire :

  • Le Mind Mapping à votre secours.
  • Se fixer des objectifs (et les tenir !).
  • Pilotez ses activités annuelles à l'aide d'un cockpit.
  • Découper ses actions.
  • Piloter son quotidien.
  • Optimiser son temps grâce à un logiciel de Mind Mapping.
  • Inspirez-vous de Toyota : créez votre Kanban personnel.
  • Rédigez des procédures graphiques.
  • Mieux gérer son stress.
  • Harmoniser sa vie personnelle et professionnelle.

Prêt pour l'action par ALLEN David 
52 stratégies pour être vraiment efficace au travail et dans la vie
Éditions Transcontinental, 2006 ISBN 10 2-89472-307-5


 Les 7 habitudes de ceux qui réalisent tout ce qu'ils entreprennent par COVEY, Stephen R.
(version française de "The 7 habits of highly effective people" , Simon and Schuster, ©1989. 341 p.)
Un classique, ce livre explique les bases de la quatrième génération de la gestion du temps qui tient compte de l'équilibre personnel plutôt que de l'usage de techniques artificielles.


Savoir mieux gérer son temps par GAMONNET, François
Éditions d'Organisation ©1982 (bientôt en réédition)
Les techniques et les outils de travail pour mieux gérer son temps, sous forme de fiches pratiques.


Gagner en efficacité par Georges Patrick (Dr.)
Éditions Eyrolles 2004 ISBN 2-7081-3504


La danse de la vie par HALL, Edward T
Seuil, ©1984.
Le temps culturel, le temps vécu... Version française de "The dance of life".


Organisez votre temps, maîtrisez votre vie par HOBBS, Charles R
Éditions First, ©1987
(version française de "Time power") Intéressant pour ceux qui veulent maîtriser la clarification et la classification de ses priorités et de ses objectifs, concepts que le livre explore très (trop ?) à fond. Il contient aussi des trucs pratiques pour mieux utiliser son temps.


La tyrannie de l'urgence par LAÏDI Zaki
Éditions Fidès ISBN 2-7621-2108-6
Un petit livre qui changera votre perception de l'urgence. Réflexion en profondeur sur les causes et les conséquence de la gestion par urgence. Petit livre que dirigeants et gestionnaires devraient lire.


Sur la Brièveté de la vie par SÉNÈQUE Lucius
Éditions Mille et une nuits ISBN 2-910233-18-9
Mon livre de chevet. Selon moi, toujours le meilleur livre sur la gestion du temps même s'il a été écrit il y a plus de 2 000 ans


Livres en anglais

Total Worday Control by Michael Linenberger
In this new fourth edition, Linenberger updates his longtime #1 bestselling Outlook book to include Microsoft's new Outlook versions for the PC and Mac, including Outlook 2013, 2011, 2010, and 2007. This seminal guide presents the author's best practices of time, task, and e-mail management, drawing from time management theories and applying these best practices in Microsoft Outlook. Anyone who finds they are overburdened by e-mail or working too late each day will benefit from


The Seven habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
This is one of our favourite books on time management because it is about creating an on purpose life. This is not a quick fix it is a way of life. Adopting the Seven Habits, though challenging, will enrich your life and give you a sense of satisfaction, control and calmness. The key message on time management is spend time on proactive important tasks rather than being reactive.


The 80-20 Principle by Richard Koch
The 80-20 principle was discovered by Pareto a couple of hundred years ago and it still applies in fact it is more relevant than ever. The 80-20 rule is that 80% of your results will come from 20% of your effort. In managing your time this means about 80% of your achievements will come from 20% of your actions or 20% of your time. To implement the 80-20 principle STOP. STOP doing what you are doing now and ask, "is this task in the 20% that gives 80% of the results?" If not DO NOT do it. Eliminate the 80% of "waste" and do the 20%.


Mind Gym -Give me time
We think This is one of the best books on time management because you can use as much or as little as you like AND all of the ideas and tips can help you save time. The book is well organised into sections and it starts with a great short chapter title "I don't have time to read this book!" The best idea we got from this book was about how our personal style impacts on our time. The key concepts covered are: Your Relationship with Time, Do the right things, Take Command and Other People and Your Time.


Getting things Done The Art of Stress Free Productivity by David Allen
This book and system has massive following. The subtle effectiveness of GTD lies in its common sense notion that a complete and current inventory of all your commitments , organized and reviewed in a systematic way allows you focus on what needs to be done at any given time. The step-by-step method includes, Capturing anything and everything that has your attention: Defining actionable things into outcomes and concrete next steps; Organizing reminders and information in categories; Keeping current with frequent reviews of the six horizons (purpose, vision, goals, areas of focus, projects, and actions)


Time Power by Brian Tracy
Brian Tracy is another "guru" who has written many programs and books on time management. Starting with his book Maximum Achievement and his audio program The Psychology of Achievement, Brian has been providing valuable on how best to use our time.
Time Power covers topics such as Mastering Time through Goals, Establishing proper priorities, overcoming the six biggest time wasters and overcoming procrastination. You will have heard these ideas before, and Time Power puts them together like an instruction manual. It's easy to find what you want and easy to refer back. The approach is based on having a lot of self-discpline (all people who spend time well have self-discipline, but Tracy places very high importance on this ability).


The 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
We love this book on time management because it is very different. This is not about typical time management principles. This book is about how to totally (or partially) restructure your life so you only need to work 4 hours a week. You get ideas from how to convince your boss you can work from home to having regular "sabbaticals".


Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy & Ram Charan
Bossidy and Charan explain how it is how you Execute in business that is the difference between success and failure. They use three examples from XEROX, Lucent and EDS to make their point. The key take away concept from this book is about getting things done through others. The two stand out factors for us were Accountability and Follow-Through.


Managing Management Time The One Minute Manager Meets The Monkey by Ken Blanchard and William Oncken
This is a great story about how most managers and supervisors operate and why they don't have enough time. Indirectly this is a book on time management because the outcome from using their suggestions about managing tasks and responsibilities means you will find you have lots more time! And the story behind "who's got the monkey" is entertaining too!


Time Management from the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern
This book is a great practical hands-on book for improving your time-management. It starts by checking on you motivation for wanting to do stuff. The two great ideas we like in this book are the WADE formula and the concept of time mapping. We use both of these as part of our coaching toolkit. W = write it down. A = add it up (how long will it take). D = decide (to do or no to do). E = execute.


Eat That Frog, by Brian Tracy
>Brian Tracy gives us short simple and practical stories and ideas for improving productivity and time management (like how to eat that frog). It is a great time management tool you can refer to at anytime and get some practical suggestions, without having to read through a long book. One of our favourite tips is "before you eat the frog, set the table". In other words get clear about want you really want BEFORE you start taking action.


 Gestion des courriels


Managing your E-mail by CAVANAGH Christiane, 
John Wiley & Sons ISBN 0-471-45738-8


Mail Rules by FLYNN Nancy, 
A Business Guide to Managing Policies, Security, and Legal Issues for E-Mail and Digital Communication
Trade Paperback Amacom


 Outlook (Microsoft)


Outlook 2010 : Tout sur Outlook 2010 ! par Véronique WARION
446 pages, 1ère édition, Juillet 2010
Éditions PEARSON, ISBN10 : 2744024279, ISBN13 : 9782744024276


Outlook 2010 pour les nuls par Bill Dyszel
Éditeur : First interactive, Paris, France, 2010
ISBN : 9782754020305


Microsoft Outlook 2010 Step by Step by Joan Lambert and Joyce Cox
ISBN 9780735626904; 576 pages, Microsoft Press


Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 QuickSteps by Carole Matthews, Marty Matthews, Bobbi Sandberg
McGraw Hill Publishing


 Lotus Notes (IBM)


Lotus Notes 8.5 – Utilisateur par Patrick Antouly
Éditions ENI


The Lotus Notes 8.5 User Guide By Karen Hooper
Packt Publishing


Sams Teach Yourself Lotus Notes 7 in 10 Minutes By BURKE Dorothy
SAMS Publishing


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