Real World versus Fit for Purpose

Measuring “Real World” for fact based Decision Making

The real world assumes fact based sources and actual dimensions for example zip codes are fact based and actual dimensions are related to the zip code.

If we acquire information from the Census Buruea we have acquired “facts”.  If we acquire information from a report, we are acquiring a sponsored report which will reflect the views of the person sponsoring the report.  Certainly some reports are derived by people who intend to acquire facts, although the scope and facts are limited to the views and understanding of the people performing the work.

Fit for Purpose

The report sponsored by anyone whether private or public sector and regardless of the people performing the work, the results must be assumed as “Fit for Purpose”.  The world has taken on this assumption about the viability of a any successful company as an example; people believe the company requires fit for purpose above the Real World in all scenarios.

However, we know that most companies are in silo’s and this introduces significant waste in an organization.  Therefore, fit for purpose is not the best approach it is an acceptable approach if the business and management systems are tightly integrated away from fit for purpose layer.

Quality

These two terms were introduced to me by an expert blogger Jim Harris via a Radio Show he hosted with a guest speaker who framed the conversation in the same way with different examples.

External Auditors – Annual Financial or Bi-annual Re-certifications

Let’s consider the external stakeholders, shareholders, investors and regulatory requirements for any company would need to be working by Real World definitions.  We might have very strategic ways of supplying both with little disruption in most cases.

Systems Approach To Management

The approach would restore systems with leverage points and feedback looks at the places where both suppliers and customers interact with an organization and employees in ways that could be determined by each company, knowing these are vital to the companies quality management systems.

Using a system simulation tool

Enabling discreet monitoring and fact based decision making using the highway analogy.

Conclusion

Assume that Wisdom as a Service offers the client just what I am describing beginning with a baseline assessment of the organization as it today and what we measure as a standard.  The standard is the basis for Real World when applied to your organization.

 

Wisdom as a Service

Wicked Design Solutions

Lisa Martinez 408.638.9016

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