Allen, David. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity. New York: Penguin Books, 2001.
All-encompassing time management book with two great ideas: how to create a productive to-do list and a "tickler" file.
Davison-Turley, Whitney. "Blogs and RSS: Powerful Information Management Tools." Library Hi Tech News. 10 (2005): 28-29.
A great introductory article to how to use blogs and RSS feeds for information needs.
Foust, J'aime. Dewey Need to Get Organized? A Time Management and Organization Guide for School Librarians. Worthington, Ohio: Linworth, 2002.
Graham. Krista. "Tech Matters: RSS by any other name..." LOEX Quarterly. 32 no. 3 (2005):4-5.
Langley, Anne, Edward Gray and KTL Vaughan. The Role of the Academic Librarian. Rollingsford, New Hampshire: Chandos; 2003.
Extremely helpful general handbook for new academic librarians. Chapter two offers valuable information for even seasoned librarians in time management, organization, and communication.
Lockwood, Georgene. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Organizing Your Life. 3rd ed. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha Books, 2003.
This popular book is in its third edition and we loved it despite its status as a “Complete Idiot’s Guide”.
Masterton, Ailsa. Getting Results with Time Management. London: Library Association Publishing, 1997.
Older work, but a strong chapter on “Time Stealers” makes it worth a look.
Siess, Judith A. Time Management, Planning and Prioritization for Librarians. Lanham, Maryland: Scrarecrow Press, 2002.
Just as the title implies, this book covers the well-worn areas of time management, but also serves up some relevant chapters on “Dealing with Job Stress”, outsourcing, business travel and stragic planning.
Taking Control of Your Time. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2005.
With an average chapter length of 4 (large print) pages, this Havard Business School Press publication is a time-saver in itself.
Wetmore, Donald E. The Productivity Handbook: New Ways of Leveraging Your Time, Information & Communications. New York: Random House, 2005.
Can be read in one sitting. Written from a general business point-of-view, but the broadness of Westmore’s approach to productivity makes it applicable for librarians.
Zeigler, Kenneth. Organizing for Success. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005.
Claims to help you shave 2 hours off your workday. We're not sure about that, but Zeigler does offer practical tips to free up time at work.