Supplying rubber products to the global market
Do not forget the original intention, be modest and prudent, strive for self-improvement, seek truth from facts, seek common ground while reserving differences
Ingenuity quality enjoys the future
ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
Objectives are clear; Responsibilities and rights are in place; Assessment is scientific; Rewards and punishments are clearly defined; Personal interests obey the overall interests
Standard of work
Report work results
Don't tell the leader how hard the work process is and how difficult it is for you. Leaders like people who lift weights lightly, and they must give the results to the leaders. The result thinking is the first thinking.
Work with plan
Don't ask leader questions, but let the leader do multiple-choice questions. Ask for instructions and give at least two options to the leader, and express your views and opinions.
Summarize the work process
When summarizing work, it is necessary to describe the process, not only to have a clear sequence and logic, but also to find out the key points, mistakes, reflection points, and improvement measures in the process.
Arranging work with standard
If there is a work arrangement, there will be an assessment, and if there is an assessment, the work standard must be established. Otherwise, the work will not know how to execute the work, and to what extent is the most appropriate. Standards not only establish norms, but also define work boundaries.
Caring about the process of subordinates
Care partners should pay attention to listening to the problems they encounter, and let their brief descriptions be as detailed as possible. Caring for partners means caring about details, and clarifying the points and areas that move partners.
Ethical in work-shifting
Unreservedly hand over the experience and lessons formed in the work to the successor, classify and hand over the completed and unfinished work one by one, and do not set up obstacles so that they can quickly participate in.
When communicating with partners, talk more about your perceptions in your work, what we learned, what we realized, , and which part hard for us, with more positive energy and less negative energy.
Don't be “busy” with leadership
Bill Mentz once said: "If a leader is busy every day, it proves one thing, lack of ability." If you are busy as a leader, you might as well ask yourself four questions: 1. What am I busy with? 2. What is the value of what I am busy with? 3. Will others do what I do? 4. Why am I so busy? No matter what the reason is, if you are busy at the moment, please face yourself and stop Now, recharge yourself!