80-20 law

80-20 law
эк. "правило 80-20", "принцип 80/20" (теория, согласно которой практически любая деятельность на 80% осуществляется 20% лиц, в ней участвующей, практически любое явление на 80% объясняется 20% процентами причин его вызвавших и т. д.; исторически связана с теорией Парето о том, что 80% дохода приходится на 20% населения, в настоящее время имеет множество приложений, напр.: менеджмент должен концентрироваться на производстве 20% товаров, которые приносят 80% доходов; 80% доходов поступает от продаж 20% клиентов; 80% всех поставок приходится на 20% поставщиков, 80% производства приходится на 20% работников, 80% идей приходится на 20% научно-технического персонала, 80% полученных результатов достигается в течение 20% времени и т. д.)

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rule 80-20 law правило 80-20: правило, согласно которому менеджмент должен концентрироваться на производстве 20% товаров, которые приносят 80% доходов; = Pareto's law.

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