In the previous post, I discussed very briefly the philosophical basis of the ontology of organizational reality I created, i.e. the elements of the world that an artificial manager must “see and understand”. You can find more on this subject in my book “Organizational Sizing System”. Now I’m going to show how things that are considered by philosophers are turned into resources, known to management specialists. And the robot manager must know them too. From the definitions of things andContinue reading
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What is the world of an artificial manager made of? Part 2 – Things in the imagination
Once you know that the most important sense of a robot manager has to be the sense of activity, let’s now consider what an activity is that we perform and how it can be imagined. In this post I will show the first of the basic bricks of the robot manager’s world, which is a thing. Let’s start at the beginning, which is the philosophy. “Why is there an entity at all, and not rather nothing? That is the question.”Continue reading
In what company is the president already an artificial manager?
You come to work like every day, and there is a big commotion in your company. Chairs, desks and books are being carried out of the boss’s office. What is going on here? Doesn’t the director need it anymore? In fact, now his room may be completely empty, except perhaps for one chair, on which your new director will already sit…. Is this just a vision from a science-fiction movie? If you are employed by NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited, thenContinue reading
Where will the artificial manager work?
Have you ever wondered where the artificial manager will work? Will it be a production hall, a factory full of machines and robots, or perhaps a group of people? Of course, you can imagine that the artificial manager manages other robots. However, that would be too simple. Devices working with devices is not a challenge that could change the world. So where will the artificial manager’s place of work be? Among humans. That’s why it’s worth understanding how complex andContinue reading