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August 16, 2006

  • Organisation can be productive at any point of its existence or as a whole.
  • One subscriber getting the monies often for his use in a chit fund is by an organisation coming into existence in which the productivity is raised ten-fold.
  • Instead of selling a product to a customer, doing what the customer is pleased with is one strategy at one point of the organisational existence vastly raising its effectivity.
  • Just in time supply is another example.
  • The efficiency of the Japanese raised to one further point of the decimal, is another.
  • The Japanese fixing the cost of production ahead of time is yet another.
  • Normal sale for cash being replaced by hire-purchase creates a whole new market of vast proportions.
  • Risk insurance gets one individual the entire benefit by providing security of insurance to all subscribers.
  • From the mail order catalogue till the free email service we know of several ways of either one point of organisational efficiency or the efficiency of the whole.
  • In the 18th and 19th centuries the American labourer was paid ten times more because he was working in a field of entire SOCIAL freedom non-existent in Europe.
  • Executives are given the incentive of freedom instead of their executing the orders of the CEO.
  • Executives can be productive by a different strategy or creative by an atmosphere of freedom, strategies of greater effectivity at each point of action can be installed, but to make the entire organisation productive as the piece rate system or originally creative in ever-increasing measures as in insurance is always possible to raise the profits five or ten-fold in any organisation. Efficient organisation responds with greater receptivity.
  • Organisation, personnel, policies, attitudes, strategies, if all are subjected to a drastic restructuring it is possible to raise the future profits to the level of the present revenues.

The Ways in which the IDEA can be expressively phrased.

  • The unorganised creative market forces that have expanded the economy from 1950 to 2000 A.D. can be brought into the company as an organised power to similarly expand the company in as many months.
  • HR is well recognised, but not organisational resources. Today we use the organisation of the company as a docile instrument much as the school pupil of 1870. Today it is recognised that he can think and learn by himself more than he can be taught. Organisation is a LIVE resource, not a docile instrument. When it is awake, it can outdo the executives. It is a revolutionary force availed of through the evolution of the organisation.
  • As the third decimal point of Japanese efficiency reached every customer to the detriment of the competitor, at each point of execution there are several possibilities of great improvement of which ONE will be innocuous, not stir up the organisation. All of them can be spotted and made to deliver.
  • The company has a rigorous discipline towards the delivery date. Another strategy that shifts the focus to work will abridge the most rigorous schedule by a week at least. About 2% of time can be saved.
  • As the strategy to please the customer has revolutionised the western economy over one century, at every point of human contact there lies a reservoir of energy waiting to be drawn upon.
  • As Time can be made to respond, Space too can be handled. Time and Space together cover the entire operations.
  • It is one thing to be efficient and it is another thing to translate that gain in efficiency into countable PROFITS. Another approach is called for.
  • The structure of the company enables efficiency. Equally, it stands in the way of higher efficiency.

Bringing the unorganised creative force of the market into the company as organised power, by making the organisation productive as well as creative, by slightly improving insignificant points to yield significant results, by handling space and time afresh, by translating every gain into increased profits, by looking at the basic structure of the company to make it accommodate greater performance, the profits can be raised not by 3% but by 300%.

story | by Dr. Radut