A community works to secure itself and its members. It does not require organizations, however they usually do have organizations.
A society is much more loosely connected group of individuals who live socially together without a common objective. Societies are practically exclusively bound together by money.
Service is what turns a community into a society.
This is bad in the sense that the member of a society’s goals are mixed and there is no warranty that a person has the advantage of the society as a foundation of his goals. It is quite unusual even in individuals who actually work for the society. You lose the close shared support of a community.
This is great in a different sense. In that societies can grow to be much larger. It extends the reach of cooperation, a lot so that we now have an international society. Among my goals is to help reintroduce the community back into to the International society.
We now have billions of individuals all working and cohabiting primarily peacefully. Without a doubt the large bulk are all doing good for the society. It is in their shared monetary interest to do so.
This is the result of company. It is the cash that is paid to services that keep them functional. The cash is paid for a service or produce.
For the business to remain in business it need to not charge too much otherwise rivals will eliminate their organization with cheaper costs.
They should not charge insufficient otherwise they will not have the ability to pay their staff and their staff will delegate competitors who pay more.
It is a constant balancing act, where the owner can only take so much out for himself before business will have a hard time to keep either its clients or its personnel.
The business pays it employees so they can buy services and products from other services. The money from one organization feeds another through its employees. It also uses services and purchases items from other companies. Services also feed other businesses directly.
One of the huge actions towards the Worldwide market is that of delegation and specialization.
For instance, one service, a farm, grows the food, an item; a 2nd transportations it to a wholesaler, a service; the wholesaler with big storage centers blends the farms produce with other items and shops them as long as required and only as long as they require to, this is another service; The wholesaler then uses another transport provider to provide a mix of items to great deals of different shops; The stores then offer the goods to the people and other organizations.
All of these organizations need savings account and payment systems in between them. This implies company can specialise and be excellent at one job. This is likewise real of people who work for business. Expertise makes for a team that can do even more than an unskilled employee could since they all have various abilities.
The second globalizing element is the mega corporations. Often it ends up being cheaper for the shop to own the farm the trucks and the ware homes.
For example Morrison’s in England are a super market chain owning numerous stores offering a wide range of products. All their food products they grow is grown on their own farms.
This guarantees that farmers get a good wage for what they are doing and it indicates they can manage the food much better and have much better understanding of the unpredictability of the weather condition on crops so they can handle bad crops and bumper crops by freezing any surplus food on great years for sale in bad years.
The truck chauffeurs and coordinators are all handled centrally and the ware home might be run by robotics. As each step in the process is integrated there are less deals going on and so smaller bank charges. As a combined organization it only needs one HR department it indicates there is an economy of scale on administering all these staff members.
The last step in the worldwide market is private and company pensions. Individuals are recommended to save cash for their aging. A lot of pension funds schemes invest their money in the stock market. As it is the best return on your financial investment.
This suggests these mega companies are generally owned by the pensioners who have actually invested their cash for many years and so the owners of the companies are no longer personal people but indirectly the public. So the cash that was siphoned off from business by the owners is now going straight into the publics pocket throughout retirement minus a little commission.
The good result of business is that we have international cooperation.
The bad result is that cooperation is based on money and so the relationships are only steady until somebody out contends you, either for your company or your staff.
In a neighborhood all relationships are based on Trust
In a society that structure of trust is not there.
I wish to reestablish it. This is one reason Quake businesses did so well because they were run as a neighborhood and it is also why cooperatives in general succeed.