100 Classic Management Rules

100 Classic Management Rules
The Rule for Managing, Employing, Educating People
People-Oriented Management
How to Motivate Employees
Communication is the Key of Management
Team-work First
Making Decision is The Key for Management
Creation Add New Freshement
Strategies in Management
Details Make Perfection
Proper Marketing Management
1. Ogilvie's Law: Make good use of people who are better than ourselves
2. Halo effect: a comprehensive and correct understanding of talents
3. The Law of Not Worth: Let employees choose what they like to do
4. Mushroom Management Law: Respect the law of talent growth
5. Bell effect: create opportunities for talented subordinates to stand out
6. The law of wine and sewage: remove rotten apples in time
7. First-cause effect: avoid employing people based on impressions
8. Gresham's Law: Avoid ordinary talents expelling outstanding talents
9. Rainier effect: attract and retain talents with a friendly cultural atmosphere
10. The law of right talent and right place: put the right person in the most suitable position
11. Tremer's Law: There are no useless talents in a company
12. Jobs rule: recruit top talent
13. Daei Law: The biggest issue for the survival of an enterprise is to cultivate talents
14. Ocean tide effect: attract people with treatment, unite people with emotion, and inspire people with career
15. South Wind Law: Sincere and warm employees
16. The law of colleagues: treat employees as partners
17. The law of reciprocal relationship: if you love your employee, he will love your company a hundredfold
18. Lansden's Law: Give employees a happy working environment
19. Flexible management law: "people-centered" humanized management
20. Kanter's Law: Management starts with respect
21. Bode’s Law: Don’t always stare at the mistakes of your subordinates
22. The Hedgehog Rule: Keep a "moderate distance" from employees
23. Hot stove law: everyone is equal before rules and regulations
24. Goldfish Bowl Effect: Increase the transparency of management
25. Catfish effect: activate the workforce
26. Horsefly effect: arouse employees' sense of competition
27. The Rosenthal effect: incentives full of expectations
28. Peter's Principle: Promotion is the worst incentive
29. Bowling effect: the difference between appreciation and criticism
30. The last elimination rule: through competition elimination to give play to the ultimate ability of people
31. Murphy's Law: Learn from mistakes
32. Trash can theory: Effectively solve the procrastination of employees
33. Bimaron effect: how to achieve incentives in "pressurization"
34. Hengshan Law: Motivate employees to work spontaneously
35. The effect of soapy water: sandwiching criticism in praise
36. Wilson's Law: Example is more important than words
37. McClelland's Law: Let employees have the right to participate in decision-making
38. Lamberger's Theorem: Create the necessary sense of crisis for employees
39. Heller's law: effective supervision, mobilize the enthusiasm of employees
40. The Law of Incentive Multiplication: Use praise to motivate employees
41. Inverted pyramid management law: empower employees
42. Goodison's Theorem: Don't be a tired supervisor
43. Hawthorne effect: Let employees vent their dissatisfaction
44. Jay Henry's Law: Use frank and sincere communication
45. The position difference effect of communication: equal communication is the guarantee of effective communication for enterprises
46. Wilder's Theorem: Effective communication begins with listening
47. Cat kicking effect: Do not vent your dissatisfaction with subordinates
48. Rebauf's Law: Know yourself and respect others
49. Terry's Law: admit your mistakes frankly
50. Washington Law of Cooperation: Teamwork is not simply the addition of manpower
51. Barrel Law: Focus on the weak links in the team
52. Kochner's Law: Determine the optimal number of managers
53. Cohesion effect: the greater the cohesion, the more vigorous the enterprise
54. Lazy ant effect: to be lazy in clutter, to be diligent in using your brain
55. Ant colony effect: reduce the redundancy in the workflow
56. Flywheel effect: Success is inseparable from unremitting efforts
57. MiG-25 effect: the overall ability is greater than the sum of individual abilities
92. Veblen effect: the higher the price of goods, the more popular they are
93. "100-1=0" law: make every customer satisfied
94. Fish tank theory: discover the most essential needs of customers
95. Bullwhip effect: Strengthening supply chain management
96. Frisch's Law: Without employee satisfaction, there is no customer satisfaction
97.250 Law: Do not neglect any customer
98. Brie's theorem: make full use of the promotional effects of advertising
99. Nirenberg's Law: In a successful negotiation, both sides are winners
100. Whitley's Law: Start with what others don't want to do
87. Broken window effect: timely correction and remediation of ongoing problems
88. The domino effect: if it is difficult to win, it will be flourishing, and if it is damaged, it will be damaged.
89. Butterfly effect: 1% of errors lead to 100% of failures
90. Hein's Law: Any unsafe accident can be prevented
91. Wang Yongqing's rule: saving one yuan is equal to making a net profit
81. Dog Mastiff Effect: Let Enterprises Survive in Competition
82. Principle of zero-sum game: achieve a win-win situation in competition and cooperation
83. The law of fast fish: speed determines the success or failure of competition
84. Matthew effect: only the first, no second
85. Niche law: Seek differentiated competition and realize dislocation management
86. Monkey-Elephant Law: Small wins big, weak wins strong
77. Davido's Law: Constantly create new products while eliminating old products
78. Path dependence: out of mindset
79. Flea effect: managers should not set limits on themselves
80. Billen's Law: Failure is also an opportunity
58. Ruffer's law: effective prediction is the premise of wise decision-making
59. Gidlin's Law: Recognizing a problem is equal to solving half of it
60. The law of watches: don't let employees feel confused
61. Pierce's Law: Improve the system of training successors
62. Herd effect: improve your own judgment and not blindly follow suit
63. Philosophy of tap water: cheap products can be produced in large quantities
64. Panasonic dam operating rules: store funds to cope with occasional needs
65. Buffy's law: invest where there are few competitors
66. Giegler's Theorem: Setting a high goal is equal to reaching part of the goal
67. Kabe's law: sometimes giving up is more meaningful than fighting
68. The Blidan effect: Success begins with bold decision-making
69. Puhir's Law: No matter how good a decision is, it cannot withstand delay
70. Walson's Law: Put information and intelligence first
71. Hamer's Law: There is no bad deal in the world
72. Tunnel vision effect: cannot lack foresight and insight
73. The Frog Law: Always keep a sense of crisis
74. Crash theory: relying on "heroes" is not as good as relying on mechanisms
75. Occam’s Razor Law: Don’t complicate things artificially
76. Parkinson's Law: Find the problem from yourself
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