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Zahra Alam, Seyed Amir Ahmad Mozaffari, Hadi Bagheri, Daryoush Marefat,
Volume 3, Issue 5 (4-2013)

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between personal and organizational time management skills of directors of physical education administrations in Khuzestan province. Research design was correlational. The Statistical population of this study was consisted of general director and his assistants (N=6), managers of P.E offices (N=24), presidents (N=46) and vice presidents (N=40) of sports boards of Khuzestan province (N=116). The statistical sample was equal with the population. The data were collected with personal time management skill questionnaire (&alpha=0/69) and organizational time management skill questionnaire (&alpha=0/68) that made by Karami Moghadam in 1377. The construct validity of questionnaires determined by Confirmatory Factor Analysis. In order to analyze data, descriptive statistics and inferential statistics, including Pearson’s correlation coefficient, independent t-test and one-way ANOVA, were used. Test results showed that there was a positive and significant relationship between personal and organizational time management skills. Also, there was a significant relationship between individual time management skill and two dimensions of organizational time management skill (i.e. operational planning and management of communications). Furthermore, there was significant difference between organizational time management skills of directors according to their gender. In other words, women directors showed higher organizational time management skill than men.

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