Start implementing Smallism now
This section will show you steps you can take to move towards a Smallism future and provide you with the contacts and resources you need to make it happen.
Once understood, the actual transition will mean very little day-to-day change for individuals. After all Smallism isn't a revolution of society, it's society taking back what's rightfully its.
In the same way that all FTSE100 companies have made the transition from Silo departmental thinking to Process based Management using such methodologies as the ISO9000 family of products, Information Technology Infrastructure Library or PRINCE2 project management a country can achieve the same change.
The professional Project and Program Managers are already out there to ensure change is what’s required, rather than what’s wanted (A stated aim of PRINCE2 project management and product development) to help wards make the transition.
It should be noted that in the Small Town Parish Wards annual bill a provision has been made to pay down the national debt in 100 years and also that the costs attributed to the ministries are gross over-estimations of current ONS figures. These costs would fall under Smallism as the services currently funded through the treasury are devolved down to the ward, and the people, to manage as they see fit.
Training will have to be developed for those following a career as a Ward Manager and then subsequent specializations that will develop as the position becomes more efficient.
Using the existing wards as a starting point, communities will be encouraged to hold planning meetings to understand how the system works and decide how they wish their Ward to be managed.
At this stage the boundaries of wards may change by agreement of a property owner and the Ward they wish to join.
Efficiency for both Utilities and Ward Managers is ensured by giving the investors in the area the ability to tender to all providers without infrastructure restriction and the ability to simply sack and replace an under-performing Ward Manager.
Utilities infrastructure, such as electricity and water, will be sold to the ward in whose property they reside.
This will provide utility companies a huge inflow of cash which can be used to buy back shares on the legacy markets so that they can eventually be listed locally when investment is required and prepare for their operations as a customer focused organization.
Should a ward be unable to fund a direct purchase during the transition phase there are many ways business deal with this such as lease back arrangements while the ward begins to get their financial state in order.
The maintenance contract is then put out to and a service provider selected.
Companies bid for the contracts and agree service levels with Ward Manager who is working on a service quality and budget as agreed by the ward.
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