October 16 2019 - §§ typewriter
Contractor Services and Mission Search
Traditional lifetime job placement based on business cycles of modern information systems and automation
are obsolete concepts of a pre-information era economy. Workers and officers of modern business are both
expected to be partners in the labor and success or failure of ventures, and a compensation model based on
term participation with proceed shares consistent with recurring revenue or royalty models of creative
industries and media the compensation model and term Seven-Alpha projects and service models. Outside
agencies may offer purse awards and compensation for projects, with Raccoon Technologies Incorporated
acting as regional contractor for those contracts at a 1% gross budget term fee in forward costs.
For example, a $200,000 Level V operator would cost a client $2,000 to retrain via Raccoon Technologies,
with the remainder of the fee going fully to the compensation package of the "Heavy Operator"™.
Transparency of fees is a way Seven Alpha outperforms all other labor relationships. This fee covers
contracting and record keeping costs in compliance with the Heavy Operator Handbook™.
Heavy Operator Handbook™
Heavy operators are rated and graded based on after-action reports, feedback, and written statements
of mission directives in contract guidelines governed by the Operator Handbook. The Handbook declines
all foreign accredited programs and certifications as a legal fiction facilitating union organization
to limit job and service availability to members of private paid association, and thereby deny organized
and objective review of operator skill and cross-discipline synergy otherwise present in a free State.
Heavy operators are rated Level V senior technical task lead engineers and architect grade professional
personnel. They are screened by process and bound in contract to Seven-Alpha Performance and Security
Minimum Protocol Requirements (PSMP) to facilitate task oriented executive project drivers for business.
The definition of a "Heavy Operator"TM is one who has been active in the science or industry
since prior the advent of certification and national career programs, titles, and vocational letters of
marque which serve to create exclusive practices contrary the genius of a free academic field or State.
Journeymen employed by "Heavy Operators"TM to mission task in contract enjoy limited special
privileges of access to resources and use obligated non-disclosure non-compete clause terms (NDNCA) for
paid limited labor and service roles in defined projects. The name "Helmsman" is derived from the
individual operator responsibility to carry out their mission and orders in command of responsibility
regardless of senior oversight or collective consent, to accomplish the mission and model standards.
In this sense, they are 'captain of their own ship', even in response to a fleet action or engagement,
and granted initiative to engage their best practices.
Comparison of Heavy Operator Practices (HOP) to Other Models:
- AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
If you really want to sit around and hold hands with each other twice a week, AGILE will get you to
that group meeting. It does not offer genuine critical peer review, and promotes a dialog of 'negative liberties'
by which individual ideas are crushed and progress is reduced to minor changes and cosmetic work
which stifle development in the normal cycle of innovation to extend budgets and hourly billing.
- LEAN / SIX SIGMA
Ideal for making widgets that are empirical and testable, application of SIX SIGMA to human services
and economic budget goals and forecasting to achieve year-over-year granular improvement represents
a gross misunderstanding of process management and improvement based on arbitrary statistical metric
quantification with dramatic negative outcomes for intangible and de minus effect.
- HEAVY OPERATOR PRACTICES (HOP)
Goal oriented focus on great leaps by forward operators into critical target goals of superior
product value creation and advantage-in-market, with follow-up tasks delegated to ancillary unit
task teams in junior-to-senior labor divisions. Immediate reporting of obstacles and breach
priority across all teams, with emphasis on report and communication in a flat command model.
Operators are expected to treat equally all team members, emphasize their task, and facilitate
learning and education to perform job duty rotation on demand, build confidence, and grow team
integrity to develop future Heavy Operator crew on absence or incapacity of the operator.
AGILE teams count the smiles on their team at the end of the day and hours logged per release. (Low Risk, High Cost, Mixed Outcomes)
SIX SIGMA teams count the feet they took year-by-year, and measure success by budget cuts. (Low Risk, Low Cost, Low Outcomes)
HOP teams count the number of hills cleared and agents lost or gained in the cadre per mission. (Mid Risk, Mid Cost, High Outcomes)
To Conduct a HOP, call:
+1 580 399 9126
Service Month: 60T
/ Min. Project: 3T
/ Consult: 1T
Paying in (T) lowers monthly costs by 43.5% over flat rate billing FTE at $200 per hour.
Alternative USD equivalent would exceed $35,000 for strictly 40 hour billing monthly.
Heavy Operators have work experience exceeding $1,000,000 monthly responsibility.
They implement in 30 days what AGILE / SIGMA teams style as clerking year-to-year.
Building 3rd party software stacks with maintenance staff does not save money.
Using secured chargeback-resistant accounts-payable cuts costs 25% alone.
PROGRAMMING WORKFLOW STYLE COMMENTS:
Just because you call it a Sprint does not make it a Marathon. It's about winning the battle AT Marathon.
Increments are just another buzzword for setting low expectations. Milestones are what ship deliverables.
If the process is about pleasing stakeholders, it does so at the expense of result-oriented deliverables.
No customer wants to hear the truth - until you tell them it will save them money not to lie to them.