"If the boss doesn't show up, the company is doing well?" Recently, LeEco, which has been trending on Weibo with several topics, has caused some netizens to express similar sighs. After the founder Jia Yueting went to the United States and the negative news continued, it was revealed that LeEco now has about 400 employees, and "lives a fairy life without a boss", "no 996 and involution". Similar jokes have also happened in New Oriental. The first half of this year was the initial stage of New Oriental’s transformation into live broadcasts. The founder, Yu Minhong, entered the “Oriental Selection” live broadcast room in the early days, originally to increase popularity,
but he didn’t expect that his words touched sensitive words and caused the live broadcast to be interrupted. Yu Minhong laughed at himself, "I'm going to make trouble." The anchor of Dongfang Selection also joked that "the boss should work less hard, maybe we will succeed earlier." Can the company run as usual or even better without the boss? What this actually b2b data involves is the topic of management and decentralization. American management scientist Loeber once put forward the "Lobbe's Theorem", "For a manager, the most important thing is not what happens when you are present, but what happens when you are not present", which refers to a good management Managers should assign responsibilities and tasks to subordinates and give them room to play freely.
Decentralization is a big question. Whether it is the founder of a large company with tens of thousands of employees or the owner of a start-up company with only a few dozen employees, this topic cannot be avoided. Many bosses even take the initiative to study related courses in business schools. In a large Internet company with a scale of tens of thousands of people, the founder has set off a "retirement wave" and is breaking away from daily management. However, the status of many small and medium-sized companies is still the same. Wherever the boss goes, they are busy. As soon as the boss leaves, the company begins to "holiday". How should the top leader delegate power? Can "the company be better when the boss is not there"? The management philosophy