We are using 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.
Communication is not necessary if you can complete the work by yourself.
However, communication is essential for two or more people to work together.
At that time, I had to think about the question: Is communication just about communicating information? The question is, is communication just about communicating information?
One of the ideals is to be able to activate the other person's brain at the same time as transmitting information.
I'm quoting something that I thought was exactly right in the sentence about productivity that the Lifenet person mentioned.
A long time ago, I attended a lecture on improving labor productivity by a Swedish scholar, who said that the improvement of labor productivity can only be brought about by the functioning of the cerebrum of employees. The only requirements for the cerebrum to be active are (1) to be happy and excited, (2) to be surprised (stimulated) when confronted with a completely different organization and culture, such as M&A, and (3) to work intensively in a short period of time.
This was more than 20 years ago.
I am constantly testing the hypothesis that if we can design communication in a place called a "company" where many people work at the same time, so that communication itself can be "(1) fun and exciting, (2) surprising (stimulating) when faced with a completely different organization and culture, such as in a merger and acquisition, and (3) focused work in a short period of time, it will semi-automatically lead to increased productivity. We are constantly testing the hypothesis that if we can design a system that allows people to (1) be surprised (stimulated) when confronted with a completely different organization and culture, such as an M&A, and (2) concentrate on work for a short period of time, it will semi-automatically lead to increased productivity.