In May 1968, 33-year-old Jack Welch became GE's youngest general manager. Half a month before he took office, the company received a batch of orders to produce a batch of lighting equipment. The contract stated in black and white that Party A must deliver within one month.However, the biggest problem facing the company at that time was that, in addition to the aging of equipment, some employees were lazy. Their work efficiency is very low. They are late and leave early every day, and they still cannot complete the quota target on time. If this continues, the company is likely to fail to deliver the goods within the specified time. If this is the case, they will face huge compensation problems. At that time, although the company used a variety of tricks, such as saying the best words, excessive rewards, etc., but the effect was not great, and the employees "grinded foreign workers" as always.