19 World-Class Thinking Patterns

19 World-Class Thinking Pattern
1. Control
Hedgehog theory
definition
Hedgehogs move closer to each other to keep warm in cold weather, but keep a certain distance to avoid stab each other.
Reviews
The important way to maintain intimacy is to maintain a proper distance.
Minnow effect
Proposer
Horst
definition
Minnows often live in groups due to their weakness and their natural leaders are the strong. After cutting off the behavior control part of the leader's head, the fish lost self-control and disordered its movements, but the other minnows still followed blindly as before.
Reviews
1. The tragedy of subordinates is always caused by the leader. 2. The worst thing that subordinates feel is that they follow the worst leader.
Rebauf's Law
Proposer
American management scientist Rebauf.
definition
When you set out to build cooperation and trust, keep in mind our language:
1. The most important eight words are: I admit that I made mistakes.
2. The seven most important words are: You have done a good thing!
3. The six most important words are: What is your opinion?
4. The five most important words are: Let's do it together!
5. The four most important words are: Try it!
6. The three most important words are: Thank you!
7. The two most important words are: we.
8. The most important word is: you.
Reviews
Remember to use it often, it will make you do more with less.
Robb's Theorem
Proposer
American management scientist R. Lob.
definition
For a manager, the most important thing is not what happens when you are there, but what happens when you are not.
Reviews
If you just want your subordinates to listen to you, they won't know who to listen to when you are not around.
2. Argue
Polk Theorem
Proposer
James Polk, general manager of SC Johnson.
definition
Only in arguing can the best idea and the best decision be born.
Reviews
Without friction, there will be no running-in, and there will be controversy.
Wedge Theorem
Proposer
Evo Wedge, an economist at the University of California, Los Angeles.
definition
Even if you have your own opinion, if ten friends have the opposite opinions, it will be difficult for you to stay away.
Reviews
1. There should be no prejudice when not listening, and no prejudice after listening. 2. I'm not afraid of different opinions at the beginning, but I'm afraid that at the end there will be no consensus.
3. Goal
Buffy's Law
Proposer
American stock god Buffett.
definition
Invest in places where everyone else has invested, and you won't get rich.
Reviews
1. Be good at walking one's own way, only then can you take the road that others haven't walked. 2. No special features, no advantages.
Gutley's Theorem
Proposer
American management scientist w. Gutley.
definition
Every exit is an entrance to another.
Reviews
The previous goal is the foundation of the next goal, and the next goal is the continuation of the previous goal.
4. Ajustment
Amino acid combination effect
definition
As long as one of the eight amino acids that make up human protein is insufficient, the other seven cannot synthesize protein.
Reviews
When one is indispensable, one is everything.
MiG-25 effect
definition
Many parts of the MiG-25 jet fighter developed by the former Soviet Union are lagging behind those of the United States. However, because the designers considered the overall performance, it became world-class in terms of elevation, speed, and emergency response.
Reviews
The so-called best whole is the best combination of individuals.
Running-in effect
definition
The newly assembled machine has been used for a certain period of time to polish the processing marks on the friction surface and become more compact.
Reviews
To achieve a complete fit, both parties must make the necessary breakups.
5. Plan
Levin's Theorem
Proposer
French management scientist p. Levin.
definition
Those who hesitate to make a plan are usually because they are not sure of their own abilities.
Reviews
If you do not have the ability to plan, there is only time to regret.
Frost Law
Proposer
American thinker w.p. Frost
definition
Before building the wall, you should know what to circle out and what to circle in.
Reviews
The boundaries are clarified at the beginning, and in the end, things will not go beyond the boundaries.
6. Supervise
Koike theorem
Proposer
Japanese management scientist Kei Koike.
definition
The more intoxicated, the more I grasp what is in front of me.
Reviews
Narcissism is not easy to be sober, thinking that you don't like criticism.
Heller's Law
Proposer
British management scientist H. Heller.
definition
People will redouble their efforts when they know that their performance is checked.
Reviews
Only in the case of mutual trust, supervision will become the driving force.
7. Cultivation
Giegler's Theorem
Proposer
American training expert Jig Gigler
definition
Except for life itself, there is no talent without acquired exercise.
Reviews
There is no accumulation of water, no vastness, and people cannot become talents without cultivation.
Dog Mastiff Effect
definition
When the young Tibetan dogs grow teeth and can bite, the owner puts them in a closed environment without food and water to let the puppies bite each other, and finally there is one living dog, this dog Called Mastiff. It is said that ten dogs can produce one mastiff.
Reviews
Dilemma is a school for the strong.
8. Guidance
Bordeaux
Proposer
British behaviorist l.w. porter
definition
When faced with a lot of criticism, the subordinates often only remember the first ones, and ignore the rest, because they are busy thinking about arguments to refute the first criticisms.
Reviews
Always staring at the mistakes of subordinates is the biggest mistake of a leader.
Lansden's Law
Proposer
Lan Stearns
definition
Working with a friend is far more fun than working under my father.
Reviews
Respect is not lovable, and it is hard to be respected; power without prestige, often lose power.
Gilbert Law
Proposer
British manpower training expert b. Gilbert
definition
The most conclusive signal of a job crisis is that no one tells you what to do.
Reviews
The real danger is that no one talks to you about danger.
Authority suggestion effect
definition
A chemist said that he would test the transmission speed of a bottle of odor. 15 seconds after he opened the cap, the students in the front row raised their hands and said they smelled the odor, while those in the back row raised their hands and called themselves one after another. I have also smelled it, but there is nothing in the bottle.
Reviews
Superstition is credulous, and blind will follow blindly.
9. Organization
O'Neill's Theorem
Proposer
O'Neill
definition
All politics are local.
Reviews
Only if they can experience it firsthand, the masses think it is true.
Positioning effect
definition
Social psychologists once made an experiment: when a meeting is held, people are allowed to freely choose their seats, and then they go outside for a short rest and then enter the room to sit. Five to six times, they found that most people chose the first time they sat. seat.
Reviews
Most people don’t want to change what they believe.
Edgeburn Theorem
Proposer
Stephen of England. Aaron, director of the Joseph Theater.
definition
If you meet an employee and don't recognize it, or forget his name, then your company is too big.
Reviews
Once the stall is too large, it is difficult for you to take good care of it.
10. Make Decision
Falkland Law
Proposer
French management scientist d.l. Falkland.
definition
When there is no need to make a decision, it is necessary not to make a decision.
Reviews
When you don't know how to act, the best action is to take no action.
On Wang An
Proposer
Dr. Wang An, a Chinese American entrepreneur.
definition
Hesitation can certainly save some opportunities for doing wrong, but it also loses opportunities for success.
Reviews
Indecision can make good things go bad, and decisiveness can turn crises into peace.
11. Take Action
Grace theorem
Proposer
American entrepreneur h. Gloucester.
definition
Outstanding strategy must be combined with outstanding execution to be effective.
Reviews
Good deeds are better, and good deeds are more practical.
Gidlin's Law
Proposer
Charles Gidlin, a management consultant for General Motors.
definition
Write out the problem clearly and half of it has been solved.
Reviews
Disorganized thinking cannot produce orderly action.
12. Stand Out
13. Expand Horizon
Recency effect
Proposer
American social psychologist Lochins.
definition
The most recent or last impression has a strong influence on human perception.
Reviews
The result is often seen as a summary of the process.
Sakai Law
Proposer
Masakazu Sakai, a Japanese corporate management consultant.
definition
It is better to make yourself a good company by exhausting all your energy and using various methods when recruiting, so that talents will naturally come together.
Reviews
Can’t attract talents, nor can existing talents be retained
Beauty is good
Proposer
American psychologist Daniel McNeill.
definition
For a handsome and beautiful person, it is easy to mistake him or her for other aspects.
Reviews
Once the impression is based on emotion, the impression often deviates from the facts.
Rogers thesis
Proposer
P. Rogers, former president of IBM, USA.
definition
Successful companies do not wait for outside influences to determine their own destiny, but always look forward.
Reviews
Just want to go with the flow, it is hard to have an ideal.
Sagay's Law
Proposer
British psychologist p. Sagay.
definition
The person wearing one watch knows the exact time, but the person wearing two watches can't determine the time.
Reviews
If the wrong reference is selected, there must be no correct comparison.
Tunnel vision effect
definition
If a person is in a tunnel, all he sees is a very narrow field of vision.
Reviews
1. It is difficult to open your horizons without expanding your mind. 2. If the field of vision is not wide, the road under your feet will become narrower and narrower.
14. Stimulation
Horsefly effect
definition
No matter how lazy a horse is, as long as it is bitten by a horsefly, it will be full of energy and run fast.
Reviews
With the right stimulus, there will be a right response.
Inverted U hypothesis
Proposer
British psychologists Robert Yerkes and Doddlin.
definition
When a person is mildly excited, he can do his best job. When a person is not excited at all, there is no motivation to do a good job; correspondingly, when a person is extremely excited, the pressure that comes with it may make him unable to complete the work that should be done. One of the secrets of the world tennis player Becker being known as the winning general is to prevent excessive excitement from the beginning to the end of the game and maintain a semi-excited state. Therefore, some people call the inverted u-shaped hypothesis "Becker state".
Reviews
1. Passion is overheated, and passion will burn out reason. 2. Calmness in enthusiasm makes people sober, and enthusiasm in calmness makes people persistent.
15. Appointment
Ogilvie Law
Proposer
Ogilvie, United States. Ogilvy, President of Mather Corporation.
definition
If each of us hires someone stronger than ourselves, we can become a giant company.
Reviews
If the people you use are worse than you, then they can only do things worse than you.
Pierre Cardin's Theorem
Proposer
Famous French entrepreneur Pierre Cardin.
definition
If the people you use are worse than you, then they can only do things worse than you.
Reviews
Inappropriate combination, often losing the overall advantage, and proper arrangement can be the best configuration.
16. Research
Taber's argument
Proposer
American economist w.s. Terber.
definition
There is no safety in the numbers.
Reviews
The number is dead, the situation is alive.
Moscoe Theorem
Proposer
American management scientist R. Mosco.
definition
The first answer you get is not necessarily the best answer.
Reviews
Plan the roots to get the roots, ask the bottom to know the bottom.
17. Information
Walson's Law
Proposer
American entrepreneur s.m.Wolson.
definition
Put information and intelligence first, and money will roll in.
Reviews
How much you can get often depends on how much you can know.
Tamara effect
definition
Tamara is a Czech radar expert. A radar invented by Pecher. The biggest difference between it and other radars is that it does not emit signals but only receives signals, so it will not be detected by enemy anti-radar devices.
Reviews
Those who are good are unknowable, and those who know are not able to hide.
18. Integrity
Lancedon Principle
Proposer
Lan Stearns
definition
When you climb up, you must keep the ladder tidy, otherwise you may slip when you come down.
Reviews
There is a degree of advancement and retreat, so that you will not be in a dilemma; if you forget all the pets and disgrace, you can not be surprised.
Luvis Theorem
Proposer
American psychologist H. Luvis
definition
Being humble is not thinking about yourself badly, but not thinking about yourself at all.
Reviews
If you think of yourself too well, it is easy to think of others badly.
Toled's Theorem
Proposer
French social psychologist h.m. Toled.
definition
The test is to test whether a person's intelligence is superior, just to see whether the mind can hold two opposite thoughts at the same time without hindering his behavior in the world.
Reviews
Thinking can be the opposite, and must be mutually.
19. Communication
Steiner theorem
Proposer
American psychologist s.t. Steiner.
definition
The less you say where, the more you hear there.
Reviews
Only those who listen to others well can speak their own words better.
Fesno's Theorem
Proposer
L. Fesno, President and General Manager of United Airlines.
definition
People have only one mouth with two ears, which means people should listen more and talk less.
Reviews
If you talk too much, what you say will become an obstacle to doing.
Grievance effect
Proposer
Institute of Social Studies, University of Michigan
definition
For anyone in a company who complains about work, that company or boss must be much more successful than a company that does not have such a person or has such a person and bury the complaint in his stomach.
Reviews
1. Complaint is a catalyst to change the unreasonable status quo. 2. Although complaints are not always correct, it is always correct to take complaints seriously.
Lightning rod effect
definition
Install a metal rod on the top of a tall building, connect it with a metal plate buried in the ground with a metal wire, and use the tip of the metal rod to discharge to gradually neutralize the electricity carried by the clouds and the electricity on the ground, thereby protecting the building, etc. Avoid lightning strikes.
Reviews
Good dredging leads to smoothness, and can lead to safety.
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