A hundred and one (101) employees of a Korean company took part in the study. As branches of the company are located in Russia, South Korea and Brazil, nationality of the respondents was as follows: the Russians, the Brazilians and the Koreans. One’s respect to time (Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory questionnaire) and ability to control time (“Challenges of Your Time Management” individual test) have been measured. Data processing: For data processing, we used a computer program SPSS 21.0 for Windows with the following methods of analysis: correlation analysis (Spearman’s criterion), one-factor analysis of variance, multiple regression analysis. Results. A correlation between length of employment and strategic planning ability has been revealed for all the employees. The comparative analysis demonstrated that the Russian employees have the strongest ability for strategic planning. The Korean employees have the strongest ability for operative planning and goals setting. The Brazilian employees are the leaders in work priority rating among the three groups of respondents. The Korean and the Brazilian employees almost never use the procrastination tactic. Multi-factor analysis of variance revealed the differences in planning of one’s future skills and positive perception of time. Multi-factor analysis of variance showed that a tendency for procrastination is more natural for those employees whose planning ability and time management factors are low.
|Name||The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences Ep-SBS|
|Conference||11th International Scientific and Theoretical Conference "Communicative strategies of Information Society", CSIS 2019|
|Period||25/10/19 → 26/10/19|