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100 Classical Management Laws that Affect the World

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100 Classical Management Laws that Affect the World

From the MBA think tank Encyclopedia (http: / / wiki.mbalib.com /)

Catalog1 way to manage people to educate people to stay

2 people-oriented human management

3 flexible and effective incentives

4 communication is the concentration of management

5 advocate team spirit

6 decision-making is the heart of management

7 innovation is the life of the enterprise

8 competitive wisdom and strategy

9 into details, defeat also details

10 play a good marketing card

The Way to Cultivate and Retain People

The competition of enterprises is, in the final analysis, the competition of talents.Talent is the life of an enterprise. How to manage, use, train and retain talents has become the key to the growth and development of an enterprise in the fierce competition.

1. Ogilvie's Law: Making the best of people who are better than ourselves

2. Halo effect: a comprehensive and correct understanding of talent

3. Not Worth the Law: Let employees choose what they like to do

4. Mushroom Management Law: Respect for the growth of talent

5. The Bell Effect: Creating opportunities for talented subordinates to excel

6. The Law of Wine and Wastewater: Remove rotten apples in time

7. Primary effect: avoid using people by impression

8. Gresham's Law: Avoid Expulsion of Talented People

9. Rainier Effect: Attract and Retain Talents in a Friendly Cultural Atmosphere

10. The Law of Fitness: Put the Right People in the Right Position

11. Tremmer's Law: There Are No Useless Talents in Business

12. Jobs's Law: Trapping Talents

13. The law of great prosperity: the biggest problem for the survival of enterprises is to train talents

14. Tide effect: attract people with treatment, encourage people with career

Humanized management based on people

The old saying goes: the winner wins the world! In the enterprise management more human, helps to win the staff to the enterprise the identity and the loyalty. Only has really captured the staff mind the enterprise, can be invincible in the competition.

15. Southwind Rule: Sincere Warmth for Employees

16. Colleague Rule: Make Employees Partners

18. Langston's Law: A Happy Workplace for Employees

19. Flexible Management Rule: Humanized Management with People at the Center

20. Kanter's Law: Management Begins with Respect

21. Porter's Law: Don't always stare at the mistakes of your subordinates

22. Hedgehog's Law: Keep your employees at a "reasonable distance"

23. Heat stove's Law: Equality before rules and regulations

24. Goldfish bowl effect: Increase the transparency of management

Flexible and effective incentives

Effective motivation ignites the passion of employees, motivates them to work more intensely, creates a desire to surpass themselves and others, and unleashes a potentially huge internal drive to give their passion to the company's vision.

25. The Catfish Effect: Activating Workforce

26. The Horse Fly Effect: Stimulating Competition in Employees

27. The Rosenthal Effect: Motivation with Expectations

28. The Peter Principle: Promotion is the Worst Motivation

29. The Bowling Effect: The Difference between Appreciation and Criticism

30. The Last Rule of Elimination: Unleashing People's Ultimate Ability through Competitive Elimination

31. Murphy's Law: Learning from Mistakes

32. Garbage Bin Theory: Effectively Solving Employee Procrastination

33. Bimalon Effect: How to Realize Motivation in "Pressurization"

34. Hengshan Rule: Motivating Employees to Work Spontaneously

35. The effect of soapy water: Mixing criticism with praise

36. Wilson's Law: Teaching is more important than teaching

37. McLellan's Law: Empowering Employees to Participate in Decision-Making

38. Ramberg's Theorem: Creating the Necessary Sense of Crisis for Employees

39. Heller's Law: Effective Supervision, Motivating Employees

40. The Law of Incentive Multiplication: Inspiring Employees with Praise

41. The Law of Inverted Pyramid Management: Empowering Employees

42. Goodison's Theorem: Don't Be a Tired Supervisor

Communication is the concentration of management

Matsushita has a famous saying: "Business management used to be communication, now communication, the future or communication." The real job of managers is communication. No matter when the time comes, business management can not be separated from communication.

43. Hawthorne effect: Let employees vent their frustrations

44. Jay Henry's Law: Use frank and sincere communication

45. The poor effect of communication: equal communication is the guarantee of effective communication in business

46. Wilder's Theorem: effective communication begins with listening

47. Cat kick effect: not venting one's displeasure on subordinates

48. Rybov's Law: Know Yourself and Respect Others

49. Terry's Law: Admit Your Mistakes Frankly

Advocating team spirit

"Teamwork is a guarantee of success," Bill Gates said. "A company that does not value teamwork cannot succeed." Building a cohesive team is a fundamental condition for the survival and development of a modern business.

50. Washington's Law of Cooperation: Teamwork is not a simple addition of people

51. The law of the barrel: focus on the weak links in the team

52. Tough Shiner's Law: determine the best number of managers

53. Cohesion effect: The greater the cohesion, the more dynamic the enterprise

54. Lazy Ant Effect: Slack for clutter, brain power

55. Ant Colony Effect: Reducing Workflow Redundancy

56. Flywheel Effect: Success Without Perseverance

57.MiG-25 Effect: Overall Ability is Greater Than Individual Ability

Decision making is the heart of management

Management scientist Simon pointed out: "Management is decision-making." Decision is the core of enterprise management, it is related to the rise and fall of the enterprise, life and death. It can be said that scientific and rational decision of the leader is equal to half the success.

58. Joffrey's Law: Effective Prediction Is the Prerequisite for Wise Decision-Making

59.Jidlin's Law: Recognizing a Problem is Half the Solution

60. Watch's Law: Don't Let Employees Be Confused

61.Pierce's Law: Perfect the System of Cultivating Succession

62.Herd effect: improve your judgment, not blindly follow the trend

63. Tap water philosophy: large quantities to produce cheap products

64. Panasonic Dam Management Law: Storing funds to meet unexpected needs

65.Buffett's Law: to invest in places where there are few competitors

Gigler's Theorem: Setting a high goal is equivalent to reaching a part of the goal

67. Cabe's Law: Giving up sometimes makes more sense than striving

68.Blidan Effect: Success begins with bold decision

69. Pushir's Law: No good decision can stand delay

70.Walson's Law: putting information and intelligence first

Hammer's Law: There are no bad deals

72. Tunnel Sight Effect: No Lack of Vision and Insight

73. Frog's Law: Always Be Aware of Crisis

74. Crash Theory: Relying on "Heroes" Is Better Than Dependence Mechanism

75. Occam's Razor Law: Don't Complicate Things Artificial

76. Parkinson's Law: Find Problems in Yourself

Innovation is the life of an enterprise

Innovation is the core of the driving force of enterprise development, is the inevitable result of market competition. Only innovation can break through the routine and break through the tradition; only continuous innovation, can always be in an invincible position in the competition of incentives.

77.Davido's Law: Constantly create new products while eliminating older ones

78.Path dependence: jumping out of mind-set

79. Flea effect: managers don't set limits on themselves

80.Biren's Law: Failure is also an opportunity

Competitive Intelligence and Strategy

The 21st century is an era full of competition, the biggest weapon for the survival of enterprises is competition. In this contest, the management of competitive methods, strategies and means will become the key factor to determine the success or failure of enterprises.

Dog Mastiff Effect: Keeping Firms Alive in Competition

82.Zero and Game Principle: Win-Win in Competition and Cooperation

83.Fast Fish Law: Speed Determines Competitive Success or Failure

84.Matthew Effect: Only First, No Second

85.Ecological Position Law: Seeking Differential Competition to Achieve Misplaced Operations

86.Monkey-Elephant Law: Small Win Larger, Strong in Victory

Details of success, details of failure

Inequalities in detail mean that 1% of mistakes lead to 100% of failures. Many businesses fail, often because they don't try their best. Put any details to the right place and the business won't have a problem.

Window Break Effect: Correcting and Remedying Emerging Issues

88. Domino Effect:1% Errors Lead to 100% Failures

89. Butterfly Effect:1% Errors Lead to 100% Failures

90. Hayne's Law: Any Unsafe Accidents Can Be Preventable

91. Wang Yung-ching's Law: Saving a Dollar is Net Earning a Dollar

Play the marketing card

Without successful marketing, there is no successful enterprise.Marketing activities are the ultimate means to realize the profits of an enterprise. In the highly homogenized product competition, the success or failure of marketing often determines the success or failure of the whole enterprise.

The Van Buren Effect: The higher the price of a commodity, the better it will sell

93. "100-1 = 0" Law: Let every customer be satisfied

94. Fish Tank Theory: Finding the customer's most essential needs

95. Whip Effect: Strengthening Supply Chain Management

96.Frisch Law: No customer satisfaction without employee satisfaction

97.250 Law: Do Not Slow Down Any Customer

98.Britt's Theorem: Make the Most of the Promotional Effects of Advertising

99.Nilenberg's Law: Successful Negotiation, Both Parties are Winners

100.Weitley's Law: Start with the Things Others Wouldn't Do