Oleg Konstantinovich Antonov. Guide to Ethics and scientific organization of labor

All its enormous production and life experience Oleg Antonov summarized in an excellent document - "Guide to Ethics and scientific organization of labor" - a kind of code of precepts and norms, which general designer used in his design office and experimental plant.

Here are some of these percepts:

  •  Scientists have proved that a good mood and humor have a positive effect on human health and increase productivity by more than 18%.
  •  Clearly fulfill your official responsibilities, do not forget the principle: "the most suitable position for each one, and each one in the most suitable place!"
  •  Be laconic. Never fret, be tolerant and never quarrel. Watch your vocabulary and expressions, especially in the presence of women and subordinates.
  •  Be neat and tidy throughout. Do not shy the elegance.
  •  In the work look at first  of the facts and analysis, critically evaluate the conditions, situations, time and place.
  •  Always strive to ensure that you can clearly see the goal, objectives and prospects.
  • Never, under any adverse circumstances do not lose courage and sense of humor. Moreover, in the event of unforeseen difficulties show even more energy and perseverance, and strive for victory!
  •  Always be active, enterprising, energetic.
  •  Work on schedule, daily ration, plan and take into account your work and the work of subordinates.
  • Keep the business notebook.
  •  In the operating room, talk little and quiet. Do not smoke in the operating room, even if it's your own office. Talk on the phone briefly and in a low voice.
  • Time is the material value. Saving your work time is an effective source of business success of the team.
  •  Be able to speak, talk, listen.
  • Be considerate of other people's opinion, even if it is wrong.
  • Do not shout. The one who yells, hard of hearing.
  • There is nothing worse than to undermine your credibility as a "search for fleas" in the work of subordinates.
  •  Demanding something from the subordinate, just think – will you able to perform it yourself?
  • Be objective in the evaluation of proposals emanating from unpleasant to you people.
  •  Do not afraid to experiment!
  •  May a sense of humor (the stock of anecdotes) and value the humor of others.
  •  Know how to say "no".
  •  Avoid unnecessary criticism. Criticism - a means, not an end.
  •  Avoid to not interfere in the affairs of your subordinates.
  •  The manager should not be offended - he should analyze.
  •  Ability to abandon the wrong decision is more important than false prestige.
  •  Persuading, do not use power until exhausted all other means.
  •   Always show gratitude for the good work, but do not thank for the poor.
  •  Do not reproach subordinates in the presence of other persons.
  •  The object of criticism often must be poorly executed work, and not the person.
  •  Criticism errors subordinates should not have the detrimental impact on their sense of independence.
  •  The higher the rank of the manager, the more time and attention he should devote prospects.
  •  The lower the rank of the head, the more time and attention he has to give to human relations.
  •  Do not be afraid of talented subordinates. Since official career, take care that your program, position and rational principles will became known subordinates.
  •  Be alert to those who praise you, look for the motives of their actions.
  •  Value in subordinate not the pleasantry, but talent, thinking and initiative.
  •  If you want to subordinates have some good qualities- look if you have these qualities yourself.
  •  Cultural leader greets first.