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PDCA日記 / Diary Vol. 566「新人教育が組織のレベルを決める」/ "Newcomers education determines the level of organization"

English follows Japanese.

PDCA日記 Vol. 566「新人教育が組織のレベルを決める」


















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P.S. 今から考えると、一部の金融機関で現在も行われている軍隊式(?)の教育は、悪くなかったと感じています。


1. 自分から挨拶をする
2. 何かしてもらったらお礼を伝える
3. 結果を出した人をほめる








< Mr. PDCAのボンジュール英語「無関心」 = 「apathy」>








PDCA (plan-do-check-action) Diary Vol. 566 "Newcomers education determines the level of organization"

"When you look at newcomers' education, you can understand the level of the organization."


The material to be introduced today "It's Our Ship" is the educational material written by former colonel Michael Abrashoff, who developed the training system of the US Navy.


"I was surprised to know that senior managers at many companies were indifferent about how to accept their newcomers."


"Many companies were focusing only on students acquisition as a goal of recruitment and neglecting efforts to keep employees motivated. As a result, they are wasting time and money instead."


"This was not a problem for them. Probably, they had never experienced a model that would stimulate their own ambition." (Unquote)


In Japan, most of the companies welcome newcomers in April.


Answering their questions, doubts and coping with them must be a top priority for everyone, because newcomers' education determines the level of organization as Mr. Abrashoff mentioned.


Let's function PDCA today!   


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P.S. I feel that the military-style education that is still being conducted at some financial institutions was not bad.


1. Polite greeting to everybody.
2. Never forget your gratitude to others.
3. Compliment the person who made the result.


Being struck by the above three basics of business first is necessary when I think about it from now on.


This was the second time I read "It's Our Ship", but I thought again that increasing the proportion of people who can do the above three things is a shortcut to raising the level of the organization😊.