Managing by Wire. What Top Management Should Do
First of all, they should abandon 'traditional' managerial tasks at all — dia$par will cope with them far more better.
It is recommended to supervise business operations of such organization by applying Sense & Respond (simply put, 'monitor — intervene') approach.
Mutual mapping is a management method applicable to organizations of any size and complexity that involves creating a virtual model of the organization (its cybernetics image) and subsequent continuous interchange (mapping) of their independently varying characteristics between the original organization and its digital copy in real time.
To 'intervene' means to instantly apply a package of changes to the physical organization. Such package should be tested and adjusted in advance using a polygonal version of the digital model.
An intervention must be done either when the actual state deviates from the target (often due to changes in environmental conditions), or to proactively introduce improvements to business processes.
Thus, dia$par is an optimal platform to implement agile approaches and Japanese managerial practices (kaizen in the first place).
Decades after computers emerged, great minds aspired to create a computer system (like "Artificial Intelligence", etc.) which can manage the organization better than a human being.
The continuous improvement process implemented according to the concept of kaizen at the organization under the mutual mapping meta-system control eventually results in a completely unmanned organization at the operational level:
- white-collar workers are replaced with their digital counterparts of the digital model,
- blue-collar workers are replaced with robots performing the same functions and directly managed by the digital model.
Smooth transfer of activities carried out by employees to the cybernetic image is like the Cheshire Cat (a human employee) gradually disappears and appears at the same time as a digital image in dia$par Wonderland.
The question is meaningless.
A basic model created with the dia$par package with a minimal number of details exists in a 242-dimensional space. The number of environmental dimensions for images of large complex organizations can exceed 500.
In the end of the process (the speed of which can be controlled externally), the Cat leaves the material world entirely.
As neatly as this, another Japanese principle called jidoka (intelligent automation) can be implemented — intelligent equipment automatically detects abnormalities and stops operation.
If something unacceptable from the virtual model point of view occurs in reality, this event will not be replicated in the digital image and the relevant business process will be automatically suspended.
If the managing system assigns an employee an unfeasible task due to errors in model's setup, the relevant business process will be also suspended.
In either case, an abnormality is instantly detected and can be automatically reported to any managerial level.
On the other hand, unprecedented flexibility of the real organization managed by the mutual mapping meta-system results in accuracy of data kept in the digital model.
Is it possible that a single system from a small team of developers without external resources could outstrip the products of the world mega-corporations for decades?
While replication of virtual changes in the original organization implements desired changes, the opposite process of data exchange ensures that data of the digital model is updated and verified.
Any measurable parameter of the original organization can be transferred to the digital model and used by business logic which is extremely smart and sophisticated.
Since developing in 2002, 14 test versions of proto$ have been developed: for retail, service, and manufacturing companies doing business at the most competitive markets.
dia$par meets all requirements of the Intelligent Enterprise Managing Paradigm.
Hence, the organization under its control automatically becomes a prototype of IEM Enterprise and its executives get a precise compass pointing toward the ideal IEM pole, which coincides with a profit maximum (a local maximum in given market conditions).