last week after the management of common sense, today I want to talk about the different stages of business and business management requirements, as well as incentive system in the important role of business management.

first, the mature stage of the company and startup companies, for the organization capability requirements; for business objectives; for the requirements of managers and employees for the requirements are essentially different:

from the organization capability requirements, mature stage companies like the regular army, need is individual (staff) high quality weapons (resources) and Modern Warfare (matrix synergetic), can play high intensity in front of the war (absolute value of high income requirements; and startup companies) is the guerrillas, need is agile (speed); flexible (rapid adjustment) and rapid response (execution), to long-term survival in the harsh environment (dependence on resources low).

requirements for the "results", mature companies pay attention to is "all-powerful", regardless of the cost can burn heap resources, but in exchange for a monopoly market "entrance", such as the balance of treasure and flowers laid the gold dress ants chant Internet financial big brother to take the lead position, shake and red line subsidies it laid the WeChat payment in the service life of the leading role. However, if the money has been burned up the resources, but did not burn out a flow entrance, then the mature company is undoubtedly a failure;

and for start-up companies, to be a low war damage ratio". I like playing RTS, each playing computer or network play to win, I will see a postwar statistical data in the index: battle damage ratio, which is an average of one unit I die, die a few opponents. For enterprises, the war damage ratio is the cost effectiveness ratio, I give an example:

in the company, at the time of our new customer acquisition cost is 60 yuan, while the giant background of the friends of the business is 200 yuan a new customer, we do not get to the other side of the 1/3. Of course, it also has a relationship with the delivery order, if I put to the other side of that magnitude, new cost estimates have doubled, but that the cost of the other side is just 60%, but this is built on our gross profit margin and the other did not, other than the premise of customer price we also lower the.

looks like our marketing efficiency than the other, but this is actually a very cruel reality: each other in no gross profit customer price is low, 200 yuan a new guest at least can burn for 18 months; and we even have a relatively high gross price of 200 yuan, if the passengers even 6 months are not supported. So, as start-up companies, faced with the harsh competitive environment and giant friends must be in all aspects of the pursuit of low damage ratio (high cost-effectiveness ratio), because the fight is a big loser of the project, and you fight is a loser.

in the management of the requirements of the mature stage of the company needs a commander, the test is the ability to command the chain; the ability to fight and integrate internal resources; coordination of multiple parallel departments

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