With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.
We've all had the experience of running as fast as we could when we were little, falling down, and scraping our knees.
After a while, you will know how much force you need to exert to fall, and you will not fall so easily.
Eventually, as we grow up, we fall less physically and more psychologically.
You fall when you get a bad result in an exam, cut your hand cooking, have a falling out with a friend, stop improving in sports, lose money, get dumped by your girlfriend, fail to lead at your part-time job, or have a disagreement with your boss.
There is nothing good or bad about falling, but you don't want to get hurt so badly that you can't recover.
The only way to learn to roll well is to trip and make scrapes, then get up and try again.
However, there are not that many opportunities to stumble upon the modern world and try again.
We have the support of our parents and schools before we fall, we have smartphones and entertainment, and we can live without abrasions on our minds.
It must be painful for parents to see their children fall, so they will arrange to avoid obstacles.
Or you may fall and have no support at all, isolating yourself and deepening your own wounds.
In such a situation, you even need to be strategic to practice falling down here and there.
At the same time, the watcher has to guess what to look for and what not to look for, and when to give what kind of support.
Since the issue is related to people's growth, naturally, the company management has been facing the same challenge.
It seems to me that just being well organized, having a great vision and plan, and having excellent systems and capabilities is no longer enough to ensure continuous development.