Work Breakdown Structures

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OSE is the only company in the world that we know of which does rapid Swarm Builds - with realtime training. We build machines and homes this way as an enterprise within the market economy - as part of our open source product development. We have learned that by applying Modular Design with Modular Task Breakdown, we can convert long, linear builds into rapid swarm builds done in parallel by multiple teams. We are testing the scalability of these techniques in 2022 for how thosands of homes can be built using these methods. We think that this is an important question to solve because of the widespread economic empowerment that this can provide by contributing significantly to Distributed Production.

Critical to the above is the ability to break down work - whether programming, design, organizational work, or other workinto small, bitesize chunks - which can be performed by many people in parallel. This requires a deep understanding of workflows, work breakdown, problem-solving, inter-disciplinarity, designs, and build procedures. It is a highly integrated and interdisciplinary procedure, one that must be - and can be - learned by people who are interested in creating integrated, more efficient, more effective products that contribute to financial independence and self-determination - as opposed to inefficient systems that require an excessive amount of time to maintain.

Understanding the Design and Build Process

  1. Whatbare the elements of the process, how do they relate to each other, what conditions are required to break down these into constituent parts, and how to redesign this process for larger team collaboration

Understanding Software and Operating Systems

  1. How does programming work, how does object oriented programming relate to modular software architecture,and how programming and information work can be designed for wide collaboration

Understanding Enterprise System Modularity Towards Collaborative Enterprise Develoemt

  1. What is the structure of an enterise or organization, how do its component parts or operations relate to one another, and how the various components lend themselves to collaborative development - to realize the promise of distributed, circular economies .