Using digital thinking to gain insight into career bottlenecks is a method that I have gradually discovered and practiced during my career development for more than 20 years.
More than ten years ago, when I was in the email list Tencent QQ Show product team, my colleagues explored and practiced using data operation methods to increase user and revenue growth.
Later, I tried to use this way of thinking to analyze and review my career development plan, find the reasons for the bottleneck of my career growth more objectively, and focus on improving certain links in a targeted manner, and gradually build my own workplace development flywheel. Get great career advancement.
1. What is digital thinking
Let's look at a picture first, from a course "Digital Wave and Innovation Opportunities" by Lu Qi.
Later, I thought of the data operation system I learned at Tencent, and divided the data operation into five parts.
Data scheduling operation
Data output application
Look at the composition of the computer: controller, arithmetic unit, memory, input device, output device.
Thinking from this, whether a person's growth can also be sorted out according to these five parts, which part of the diagnosis is the problem, causing the individual's ability level to lag behind the development of the times, so that when a certain age, such as 35 years old, encounters development bottleneck in this period.
2. Causes of career bottlenecks
If you compare an industry to a track, in the initial stage, there are usually not many people participating. At this time, there will be track dividends, so people in the industry will not feel crowded; with the rapid development of the industry, it has entered the development stage. In the mature period, the density of talents increases, because it is still not saturated, so it presents a thriving scene; in the mature period, the supply and demand balance, the industry development speed slows down, the demand for talents weakens, and even there is a surplus of talents, which begins to appear development bottlenecks .
The more people on the same track, the narrower the track.