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Rupa Islan
Aug 02, 2022
In Welcome to the Cars Forum
Let me talk about my own thinking first. I first came into contact with operations in 2017. I entered the industry from new media, from moving pseudo-originals to managing a million-dollar team. In the early days, I was in a state of savage growth, but it is still very Thanks to the boss who gave me the opportunity at the beginning, otherwise I might not have the chance to operate. Although the team's business resources Buy email list were abundant, the team environment was not so ideal at that time. First, the team turnover rate was high and the basic training system was lacking. In one year, more than half of the colleagues were replaced by newcomers. At that time, the only way to understand industry information was through industry vertical public accounts or newsletters, lacking high-quality information sources and learning resources, and I didn’t know which direction I could develop in the next stage. Apart from the fact that the number of fans of the accounts maintained by the team has been increasing, there has not been much change in the content or the team's business innovation (because the account type is special, the content does not need to be constantly innovated and changed). It was not that the boss at that time did not try to optimize, it may just be in the early stage of the business, neither the boss nor the members had much experience, so the team and members were in a state of savage growth. I actually kept thinking, if this is not my ideal team environment, what kind of team do I want? Then I sorted out my selection criteria for my next job:
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