The Enterprise Management Rule (II)

In last article, we have talk about the first two chapters of the enterprise management rule, today, let’s continue others.
Chapter III: a flexible and effective incentive
An effective incentive would ignite the passion of employees, prompting them even stronger incentive to work so that they can generate the desire to surpass themselves and others, and potentially release a huge driving force for the enterprise vision to give their passion.
25. Catfish Effect: Activate staff
26. Horse-fly effect: promote an awareness of competition
27. Rosenthal effect: full of hope of incentive
28. Peter principle: promotion is the worst incentives
29. "Bowling" effect: the difference between appreciation and criticism
30. Elimination through selection rules: play out of the limits of human ability by competition and elimination
31. Murphy's Law: lessons learned from its mistakes
32. "Garbage can" theory: an effective solution to their jobs and excessively bureaucratic style of work
33. Pygmalion Effect: How to achieve incentive in the "pressure"
34. Yokoyama's Law: to motivate staff to work spontaneously
35. Soapy water effect: critics will be caught in the praise
36. Wilson's Law: Example is better than precept
37. McClelland's Law: Let all employees have a right to participate in decision-making
38. Blue Berger's theorem: create the necessary sense of crisis for staff
39. Heller's Law: effective monitoring, mobilizing the enthusiasm of the staff
40. Incentive multiplier formula: using praise to motivate staff
41. Top-heavy management rules: Powers granted to employees
42. Old John Dixon theorem: not to be a charge of being tired
Chapter IV: Communication is the management of enrichment
Matsushita had a famous saying: "Enterprise Management in the past is communication, now is communication, the future is also to communicate." Manager's real job is to communicate. No matter what the time, enterprise management cannot do without communication.
43. Hawthorne effect: let employees vent their dissatisfaction out
44. Jieheng Li's Law: use a frank and sincere way of communication
45. Communication potentiometer effect: Equal exchange is to ensure the enterprise effective communication
46. WILD Theorem: Effective communication begins with listening
47. Kick the cat effect: not to vent your dissatisfaction to subordinates
48. Lei Baofu rule: understanding themselves and respecting others
49. Terry's Law: frank to admit their mistakes

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