Perceived value Poster
Available options for different sizes and print medium as well as prices given below.
Description : Attractive multi-color 11 x 17 inches and 13.5 x 21.5 inches posters in English printed on 170 GSM paper. The posters have been conceptualised by Avinash Narula and his team.
The poster can also be made available in sizes of your choice at additional charge. Can also be made available in different Indian and foreign languages at additional charge.Also, download facility for international customers is also available so as to save on freight charges.
We can also print your company logo on the posters for an additional nominal charge. For details of various options please click on "Order ? /Options" on the menu bar.
You can also use posters to design the interiors of your workplace in a cost effective manner. Its simple and easy way to decorate your office. These posters will serve as an educational and reminder tool to all the employees in your office. In case you need assistance to do so, contact us for more details.
Pareto's Law or the 80/20 rule is the most powerful idea with universally applicability. You can apply this concept in practically every sphere of our lives. It is not only easy to understand but it is easy to apply also.
Vilfredo Pareto, noted economist and sociologist, gave birth to the Pareto's Law or the 80/20 rule. He observed that 80 percent of the land in Italy was owned by 20 percent of the population. He later observed that 20 percent of the peapods in his garden yielded 80 percent of the peas that were harvested. Based on these observations, the 80/20 rule was established.
Later quality management expert, Dr. Joseph Juran, recognized a universal phenomenon that he termed as the principle of the "vital few and trivial many" which was just what the Pareto's principle stated. 80/20 rule or "vital few and trivial many," principle suggest that 20 percent of the tasks are always responsible for 80 percent of the results.
80/20 rule can be effectively used for separating the major causes (the "vital few") of a problem, from the minor ones (the "trivial many") to find out what action to take first. Such an analysis focuses your attention to first addressing the major causes of the problem and not wasting time on the minor ones.
Constant reminder of this concept will convince your team to focus on actions that will get the maximum results.
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