7 Commonly Used Management Methods
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7 Commonly-Used Management Methods
Meaning:Helping you to clearly grasp the overall situation, analyze your own advantages and disadvantages in terms of resources, grasp the opportunities provided by the environment, and guard against possible risks and threats is of great significance to our success.
Corporate competitive strategy
PDCA Cycle Rules
Meaning:Every work is a pdca cycle, which requires planning, implementation, inspection results, and further improvements, and at the same time enters the next cycle, only in the gradual improvement over time, there may be a qualitative leap, it is possible to achieve Perfect every job and perfect your life.
Task development, organization of experiments
Check the key points in the process and the final result
Correct deviations and standardize results
Determine new goals and make plans for the next round
The content of work
The goal should achieve
The reason why do this work
The specific staff to do this work
The person who charges for this job
When to work
Which specific time point to do what
Where to do this job
Which way you choose to work
By what way to do that
The costs of this job
Meaning:We should think from 6W2H when we do any work, which helps us to organize our thinking and eliminate blindness. Our report should also use 6W2H, which can save the time of writing and reading reports.
The Two-Eight Principal
"80% of the total result is formed by 20% of the total elapsed time"
Prioritize matters according to their "importance"
The criterion is based on the principle of "important minority and trivial majority"
80% of sales are from 20% of customers
80% of calls are from 20% of friends
80% of total production comes from 20% of products
80% of wealth is concentrated in the hands of 20%
WBS task decomposition method
Meaning:Learn to decompose tasks. Only by decomposing the tasks in sufficient detail can you know in mind, you can work in an orderly manner, and you can coordinate your schedule.
The main goal is gradually refined and decomposed
The lowest task activities can be directly assigned to individuals to complete
In principle, each task must be decomposed until it can no longer be subdivided
Fully communicate top-down and bottom-up
One to one, individual communication
Clear structure of activities after decomposition
Logically form a big event
Integrate all key factors including temporary milestones and monitoring points
All activities are clearly defined
Performance appraisal should be cut to specific work indicators, not general
Performance indicators are quantitative or behavioral
Verify that the data or information for these performance indicators is available
Target metricsFollow "Energy-based qualitative, non-quantifiable influence"
Satisfaction level of superiors or customers
Performance indicators can be achieved with effort
Avoid setting goals that are too high or too low
Insist on employee participation
Communicate up and down
Make the proposed work goals reach agreement between organizations and individuals
Performance indicators are related to other goals of the job
Performance indicators are related to the job
Connect with other goals to increase the meaning of goal completion
Related to job responsibilities, can’t digress
Focus on specific deadlines for completing performance indicators
Weight of work taskPriority
Work out the time requirements to complete the target project
Regularly check the progress of the project
Keep abreast of changes in project progress
Adjust the work plan in time according to the abnormal situation of the work plan
Priority = importance * urgency. When scheduling, you should weigh the priority of various things and learn to "play the piano." We must have the ability to look forward to the work and prevent problems before they happen. If we are always busy fighting fires, it will make our work always passive.
Important and urgent
You can’t do it if you don’t
Important not urgent
Preparatory work, preventive measures
Clarification of values
Planning and establishment of relationships
Really recreate and improve one's abilities
Urgency is not important
Disturbing events, phone calls; letters, reports; meetings
Many urgent things
Meet the expectations of others
Not important not urgent
Busy and trivial things, advertising letters, phone calls, escape activities, waiting time