With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are moving forward with a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.
August 29, 2022
The biggest bottleneck in creating an organization is probably the three-tier management problem.
There are superiors and there are subordinates, this is a two-tier system.
There is the boss's boss, the boss's boss, and the subordinate's subordinate, which is the three levels.
If it's your own direct subordinate, it's easy to advise, "Do this." but not if it is your own subordinate's subordinate.
The reason is that there are more people to begin with, and it doesn't make sense in the long run to teach by jumping through the hierarchy.
And, as you may have noticed, the difficulty level of three-tier management is much higher because all the targets are not visible.
This becomes a bottleneck in organizational development.
Because of the high degree of difficulty, no one can handle three levels of management so easily.
Furthermore, there are few third-tier positions themselves, so there are limited opportunities for training in practice.
A simple formula will show that the speed at which the organization grows as the workload increases will lightly overtake the time required to develop the three levels of management skills.
We do not know exactly what kind of frayed edges will appear in the organization as a result.
But it doesn't hurt to make a lot of simulation models of the organization in advance, and we can discuss the possibilities.