Monday, July 13, 2009

The manufacture of products aiming towards achieving the highest quality possible as a standard

Making the quality of the highest product in the market the standard to be followed for that product for all manufacturers. Constraints imposed by the scarcity of materials needed to be considered when allocating quotas to be made available for all individuals interested in using the particular product.

As it regards to the manufacturing needs of machines and training of individuals to be given by the state with the only goal being to exploit the full potential of the particular method applied to achieve the highest output possible for that particular product. The highest quality possible be made a standard for as many products as possible adhering to the fact that the only constraints being the scarcity or not of the raw materials needed in the manufacture of the relevant product.

Rationalising states function

Excess value, the difference allocated to the total product output of a state by taking away the value contributed by all individuals involved in its production process. The same procedure should be applied for any excess value obtained in the services sector.

Total service and product output representing the wealth produced by all individuals involved in the process, inhabiting in the state domain. The state should draw out of the intrinsic excess value produced, what it needs to fulfill its obligations for providing the whole gamut of services reflecting the wealth produced, with the sole measure the expectations of the individuals within its domain.

Surplus excess value goes to the individuals or groups of individuals whose initiatives have accomplished/will accomplish manufacturing processes.