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 that process with you in this section.
Communication is not necessary if you can complete the task alone.
However, to work with two or more people, communication becomes essential.
Then there is something to think about, is communication just about conveying information? That's the problem.
Ideally, one would like to be able to communicate information and activate the other person's brain at the same time.
I thought that's exactly what was mentioned by Lifenet in a text about productivity, and I'll quote it.
A long time ago, I attended a lecture by a Swedish scholar on improving labor productivity, and he said, "Increased labor productivity can only be brought about by the functioning of the employees' cerebrum, and the requirements for the cerebrum to be active are 1) fun and exciting, 2) completely different organizations and climates, such as mergers and acquisitions. He exclaimed, "There are only three things you can do: (1) to be surprised (stimulated) in the face of the (2), and (3) to concentrate on your work in a short period of time.
This was more than 20 years ago.
In a "company" where many people work at the same time, if communication itself can be designed to be 1) fun and exciting, 2) surprising (and stimulating) in the face of a completely dissimilar organization and culture, such as mergers and acquisitions, and 3) focused on work in a short period of time, it will semi-automatically increase the productivity of We are testing the hypothesis that it will lead to improvements in