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80/20 99/1 Principle

Friday, July 21, 2006

You must have heard of 80/20 Principle of pareto. Which says that in anything a few (20 percent) are vital and many(80 percent) are trivial. It is applicable everywhere from management books to our daily life. Like in our day to day life 20% works are important and 80% ain't so. But my boss ruled out 80/20 principle and follow 99/1 Principle. which means that if I do 99% of the work correctly and if I could'nt able accomplish 1% of it correctly then it means I'm a total disaster and can't work properly. At first this 99/1 philosophy of my boss has demotivated me and increased the frustration level but now days I just ignore his all comments and try to focus on 99% of work. In this case ignorance is bliss for me.

Why Brazil could'nt make it this time?

Friday, July 07, 2006