A group of ants find food and drag the food in their own direction. But often every ant did not have a hard time, but the food was not moving or spinning in place. This is the “Washington Cooperative Law,” which stems from the “bystander effect” discovered by American psychologists Lattany and Bally: one person is perfunctory, and two people push each other. Three people will never succeed. That is what the Chinese say. “Three monks have no water to eat.”
Teamwork is very complicated and delicate. Assuming that everyone’s ability is 1, the cooperative results of 10 people are sometimes much larger than 10, and sometimes they may be smaller than 1. If everyone moves in different directions, either they can do more effectively or they can do nothing. People who have caught crab know that a shallow dumpling is Can hold many crabs. Because once a crab wants to climb, other crabs will clamp it and pull it down. The end result is that one cannot climb.
Therefore, management is not a simple matter. It is not that putting together a group of outstanding people can make things happen. It is important to grasp the subtle dynamics among all people so that they form a joint force in the same direction instead of forming resistance to each other. In other words, the main purpose of management is not to make everyone better, but to avoid excessive internal consumption. Managers need to constantly let everyone know the goals and form a unified vision; clarify each person’s tasks so as not to push each other out; define clear assessment methods and make them open and transparent to avoid mutual embarrassment and mutual embarrassment; and create a team atmosphere with sincere trust in each other. , Let everyone follow a happy and relaxed rhythm, together to perform a thorough and perfect dance.