Example: I want to form a training Company to specialize in Event-Driven concepts and teach seminars, consult and sell books. Organizations tend to be what’s called vertical i.e. they take on a limited set of associated events from the outside world. Even the US government breaks up into bureaus and departments of… unfortunately the divisions are not always functional.
Example: When I sell seminars I will do workshops for up to 20 students at a fixed price and then do a per head fee for…
E.g. I’ll do live training with consultant instructors and me. I’ll need a web site with my seminar offerings and incorporate in AZ with an office in England...
For example in a Customer wants to Withdraw funds from a bank event, the logic might be “Does the customer have an account with us, are the funds requested less than or equal to the funds in their account, if yes issue funds to the customer and reduce account balance by withdrawal amount else reject withdrawal request The technology can be with manual or automated tellers.
This is very common in organizations even today.
People. Gort story. Industrial age. VP of pig sty, EVP of the barn.
Double bookkeeping via Paoli. Not on the accounts server if you want to follow an event through the business. This statement was said to me when I contacted a business and inquired into a policy I had. The question was beyond the systems implemented boundary.
LCI has taught for over 20 years that a designer of new systems should not use the latest hardware and mimic the old designs putting back outdated design structures such as: Accounts, Stock Control, Order Entry systems or even worse computer Edit, update, print and Input-Process-Output programs.
The enterprise relies on outside stimuli - if no one requests whatever product or service the enterprise provides, its out of business.
Easier modification when business changes come along.
No delays in stores and no rework (e.g. re-edits) in processes. The FEDEX example – and they had a physical package to move.