In order to organize something one only has to:
1. Establish what is the final product.
2. Work backwards in sequence to establish the earlier products necessary to make each next product and which all in a row add up to the final product.
3. Post it in terms of vertical greater and greater completeness of product to get command channels.
4. Adjust it for flows.
5. Assign its communication sequence.
6. Work out the doing resulting in each product. Write these as functions and actions with all skills included.
7. Name these as posts.
8. Post it.
9. Drill it to get it known.
10. Assemble and issue packs of materials which describe the functions and duties of each hat.
11. Get these known.
12. Get the functions done so that the products occur.
This is what is called “organizing.”
As a comment, because railroads didn’t fully organize, their viability decayed and they ceased to be so used.
Railroads think it’s the government or airplane rivalry or many other things. It isn’t. They had too many missing hats, were actually too disorganized to
To have a quality product, organize!
To raise morale, organize!
To survive, organize!
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