According to reports, recently, a series of measures have been introduced in various places to crack down on the problems of formalism and bureaucracy faced by the grassroots. The problems of formalism and bureaucracy at the fingertips such as the flood of WeChat groups have become important targets. The General Office of the Changsha Municipal Party Committee of Hunan Province printed and issued the "Notice on Carrying out the Work of Reducing the Network Burden for Grassroots Cadres"; Tongan District, Xiamen City, Fujian Province Launched the Streamline WeChat Work Group Action; Changxing County, Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province Special clean-up and rectification; Badong County, Hubei, dissolved and integrated more than 2,200 WeChat and QQ working groups, solving the problem of grassroots cadres reflecting excessive burden on the group.
[Simulation test questions]
Recently, local governments have introduced measures to solve the problem of too many network working groups faced by grassroots cadres. In this regard, talk about your views.
1. Identify the nature of attitude. The use of modern network tools is a good thing, but it is too late to abuse the network work group. It has become a new problem. There are dozens or even hundreds of QQ groups and WeChat groups that are added to the mobile phones of grassroots cadres. They should be used to implement specific work. Most of the time is spent reading and replying to network group information, which is essentially a manifestation of formalist style. We want to applaud the governance initiatives of governments everywhere.
2. Briefly describe the significance of online mass office. Facilitate work communication, shorten upload and release time, and achieve resource sharing and dynamic supervision.
3. Analyze the impact of abusive work groups.
(1) Bring great physical and mental stress to grassroots cadres. Check the response information in dozens of groups every day. Missing information and delaying work may be criticized, causing nervousness all day.
(2) Serious impact on the implementation of specific work. Inform the work in the group, check the work in the group, report the situation in the group, and train and study in the group. As a result, some cadres only pay attention to work in the group, and ignore the real offline work effect, which promotes formalism. .
(3) Not conducive to team cohesion. Seeing notifications and receiving replies in the network group for a long time has increased the speed and reduced the temperature, reduced face-to-face communication between colleagues and superiors, and lacked care, trust, and a sense of belonging to the team.
(4) May induce corruption. Some grassroots cadres are keen to use online groups, show their hobbies in the circle of friends, work circles, antique paintings, fishing and cycling, etc. Some people with ulterior motives will have to slap their horses to their liking, thus causing corruption.
4. Conclusion. Internet + government is the only way to build a service-oriented government, but it must not go too far into the extreme. On the one hand, it is necessary to do a good job of reducing the burden on the network, and on the other hand, it is necessary to dig deeper into the source and really reduce the burden on grassroots cadres, and devote energy to key issues.
5. Put forward countermeasures and suggestions. (1) The evaluation of cadres must pay attention to the actual performance of the work. The necessary work retention is needed, but the quality of the work cannot be judged solely on the basis of the retention. (2) Grassroots units shall standardize the management of network work groups. Clean up repetitively-created groups with unclear functions, often unused; also clear group management personnel and job responsibilities. (3) To reduce the burden on the grassroots cadres from the root cause and remove some meaningless repetitive tasks. "Thousands of threads above, one needle below". If this situation is not fundamentally changed, the problem of abuse of the work group will definitely come back.
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