Continuously engineer better systems that enable better decision making.
If you can't achieve consistency you can't improve ability to scale production.
📄️ Process Types
Process types include
Process Maps provide clarity of the big picture and are the most efficient way to educate others how to contribute value rapidly by avoiding replicating earlier mistakes.
Quality control and quality assurance are both important processes in ensuring the quality of products or services.
Process improvement/re-engineering, also known as business process re-engineering (BPR), is a strategic approach to redesigning and improving business processes within an organisation.
DAOs enable Manager-less Processes and move from a top down, command & control approach to a sense & respond mindset of shared leaderhship.
Know your toolset and your standard operating procedures inside out. Before you take on any job check if a standard already exists.
- Personal Growth
- Business Growth
- Engineering Quality
Apply ideas for manufacturing processes to optimise production to the manufacture of digital assets.
Leaders must be able to inspire and motivate teams with a strong work ethic and an ability to get things done.
- Technical expertise: recruit skilled engineers with a deep understanding of systems for production
- Innovation: constantly look for ways to improve production processes and find new efficiencies.
- Single purpose: break algorithms down into atomic value units that can assembled into multiple more complex solutions.
- Collaboration: work closely with others of complimentary talents to achieve common goals.
- Partnerships: cultivate a healthy ecosystem of strong relationships of mutual benefit.
- Adaptability: react quickly to changing circumstances.
- Selfless: encourage and develop competition to better your own ideas without ego.
Reference work of William S Knudsen
When you have your processes mapped turn attention to eliminating waste.
- Where are customers wasting value? What cause?
- Where are operations wasting value? What cause?
How many processes do you have?
- What processes are broken?
- What steps in the process are creating problems?
- What steps require the most time to complete?
- What steps cause the most delays?
- Do specific steps utilize the most resource or result in the highest cost?
- Do specific steps result in quality issues
Make better decisions by choosing the right process through software automation or in humans by continuous routine practice to engrain the right response and override biases.
- Improve Quality
- Reduce Cost
- Maximise Opportunities
- Improve Flow
Fail Loud Fail Early
- Signal failure immediately
- Make failure obvious
- Build warnings into algorithms