A system where the overall exertion of industry is more important than the individual effort put into commerce and business. It kind of sounds like communism at first but hear this dude out, this dude being Me.
If the managerial component of business/ corporate operations were divided, among a huge team of specialists, wouldn't there be less of a margin for error in the decisions made by that committee? What if, instead of paying all your workers varying wages and attaching meaningless concepts of differing 'worth' among the company, everybody in the establishment was simply paid from an equal share of the salary fund procured by the company. It wouldn't be like "ah, working for the country and my comrades is grand", it's more like, say you could ask your buddy how much he was looking at going into any field, and different companies would be able to post exactly what an employee is paid. I think that the division of managerial responsibility, especially, would be an important step to cutting down on corporate crime. I also think that commerce would be positively affected since the success of the company would be less weighted on any individual, thus initiating more sense of drive in the workers of that company. Also, I think this would create a lot more jobs, and that's the main reason for my theory's creation.
However if you wanted to engage in some type of death race-- ah no you're not interested in that.
Shake yo Azz!
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Attaching meaningless concepts? Do you mean titles or are you referring to something else? If you're referring to titles, how are they meaningless?
And if you were to do this, you'd be removing the incentive for increasing performance.
Well what's the difference between the outcome of an engineer's job, and the outcome of a statistician's? If they're both vital to the company, why not pay em the same and add to their drive to make the company succeed, rather than just fueling their personal desire to ascend in the ranks of the corporate world. That sentiment could even spill over into other factors of life, eventually. Considering that the tendency right now is for people to live mostly self-sufficient lives with not much regard shown to strangers or other people not close to the individual, which I see as reflective of the capitalist system, it's not unreasonable to say as much.
I don't believe that a few new changes at the workplace are going to override millions of years of evolution.
A reflection of capitalism or a reflection of human nature?
You should start up a small business and implement this plan though. I'd be interested in seeing how it turns out.
You are describing a system of employee ownership.
Evolution is for insentient beings.
And is not capitalism an abstraction of man's basest human nature? Excess of either can only lead to destruction.
Well can we use it still plus I don't care who owns the company, the point is that it's run thru collective effort, not the decisions of a small group of wealthy men. Who are probably white. White devil. :mad:.
I don't know that anything would ever get done if you just look at it for surface value. The point is to actually change the way people do business, to provoke a positive shift in business ethics, and to create jobs.
And I'd agree.
You might also be interested in syndicalism.
Pff evolution. Yea you do type a bit like a monkey now that you've mentioned it.