I have seen tons and tons of fads. I have read tons of “Revolutionary” books.
That which works sticks, that which doesn’t doesn’t.
Nothing you suggest is very new. It’s all been tried, and there are a few places where it works. There are scales where it works. There are also places and scales where it is totally proposterous.
I have worked in those environments before. I know my stuff. I have lived it. I have a degree in it and I am smart enough to know that most of the degree is total BS…
There is no such thing as a one size fits all “Business system”
Don’t be afraid to try it on your own if you are so smart. But don’t go telling everyone else how they ought to run their business. Because their business is truly none of your business.
And you demonstrate that strongly by your failure to address any real world situations with anything more than citing some book. Show me the math if you are so smart. The math is simple 9 women will not be able to hatch a baby in one month. That’s not how it works. That’s not how management decisions work either. Deciding to buy machine A or machine B is a 9 month process with one or two very smart people examining every detail, every cost, every benefit, every risk. The person who has done that study leads. And he should lead. Having 10 people do that study wastes 9 times the man hours.
That’s just math. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that out.
Now is the part where you change the topic and refuse to show me how 90 months of work is going reach a better outcome than 9 months work… Because you cannot argue that point with any realistic justification.
Power comes from creating products and services. Power does not come from thinking about how to do it. That is where bankruptcy comes from.