Process evolution

The control structure is not restricted in any way, so this organization may easily adopt to market changes and evolve and grow almost indefinitely (up to all markets) with constant employee qualification grow. This kind of organization is able to produce items of unlimited complexity (let’s say it is also proportional to qualification as a kind of its measure) that will be required indefinitely by everyone or at least most of people.

Any kind of problems with excessive complexity (that get it to failure) of products can be solved with reasonable planning, common modular development approach and proper quality control measures.

So the question is – what factors limits current economical structs to get to this kind (or similar simple constructs) of self-evolving evolution (which is reasonably efficient and usable to any person in society) ?

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