The researcher's schedule - Making good use of deadlines and rituals

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Michel BERRY

Former director, CRG (Management Research Centre), Ecole Polytechnique, Paris (France)

Seminar Business life | Friday March 4, 1994

Business people believe that researchers have a quiet life. They’re wrong: researchers, too, are overwhelmed with work. This is due to a discrepancy between the amount they should do to achieve what is expected of them and the time they actually have to do it. At a certain stage in their lives they may simplify things by producing less ideas, whilst still working a good deal. However, there are certain stimulants especially adapted deadlines and rituals... just as there are in business itself.

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