Thoughts and Applications For Micro-Scheduling Theory

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The other day, an academic intellectual re-introduced me to the theories of micro-scheduling. Micro-scheduling is a methodology that maximizes time and can be used for many things. Perhaps you are using micro-scheduling techniques in your personal life, as part of your time management skill set? Micro-scheduling is intriguing so I asked my academic think tank counterpart;

  1. What do you find interesting in micro-scheduling and how are you adding this to your life’s mission?
  2. Are you using it to assist you in attainment of goals?
  3. Scheduling of show times, infomercials, product sales [blue-light Kmart strategy], political ads, loyalty enhancement, cannibalism mitigation of other theatrical events?
  4. How about placement of 3D ads in magazines, or using this scheme in finite-capacity scheduling modeling, or in combat to create diversionary chaos components?

This micro-scheduling theory holds true to many endeavors and in using it, one could focus on leveraging blitz Strategies in addition to micro-scheduling techniques for full impact, using fewer resources, ad dollars, and it could work with anything from Internet Packet distribution For communication to laser light energy generation combinations along a communication channel. Frequency hopping, data traffic, air-traffic control, etc. Etc. Can all use this theory to better their efficiency.

Micro-scheduling using specific tried and true data points could also determine when to make a specific point in a speech, to trigger an anomalous reaction from the crowd so imprinting memory. Micro-scheduling is interesting. It’s always been my belief that one should never waste energy, time or money and stay butly efficient in all they do. Micro-scheduling speaks to this.

Micro-scheduling concepts taken to the most extreme levels can offer additional imprint value to the potential buyer and then advertising and marketing executivesought to stand up and take notice. Micro-scheduling techniques, strategies and methods are used in many industries – Why? Because they are so very efficient.

Source by Lance Winslow