Skill and Command allocation system

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A list of people, their skill profiles and then a button to allocate and offer of work to them, based on their skills. Another section of the app, which is a list of problems, and a report on the problem from many people's perspective's such as Google Doc.

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I kind of want to see what problems people have and see what I can do to solve them.

How you spread out command and coordination? If I had a list of people and their skills, I could issue commands that they could accept or reject



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程序員什麼時候想扮演仁慈的大哥?去一個建築工地,環顧四周,然後,你會發現可能正在爲他們的任務而苦苦掙扎的人,並提供幫助。當然,在線私人公司已經制造了監控系統,將集體數字工作環境轉變爲建築工地,在那裏他們分發帶有跟蹤軟件的計算機,以便他們隨時可以查看每個員工的工作情況。這可能是某些類型的公司(關心員工的公司)成功的原因之一。但是,與您在具有隱私限制的更廣泛的社交環境中描述的最接近的是帶有標籤系統的聯繫人應用程序,您可以在其中根據他們的技能標記所有聯繫人,然後根據需要與他們進行交流。我過去常常這樣做。示例:您知道一項特定技能,例如“化學知識”,因此您標記具有該知識的朋友。如果您有問題,那麼您可以通過按標籤過濾寫誰來寫它們。但是,這不是很有效,因爲您在特定任務或問題上打擾了不必要的人。理想情況下,您會找到唯一一個完美的聯繫人來打擾,他最有可能知道如何解決問題,並且只有在打擾第一個導致需要另一個時纔打擾其他人。

When a programmer wants to play a benevolent big brother? Go to a construction site, and look around, then, you find people who may be struggling with their task, and help out. Sure, online, private corporations have made surveillance systems that convert the collective digital work environment into something like a construction site, where they distribute computers with tracking software, so that they can always take a look at how each employee is doing. It may be one of the reasons why companies of certain type (the ones that care about their people), succeed. However, the closest thing to what you're describing in the wider social setting with privacy constraints, is a contacts application with labeling system, where you label all of your contacts by their skills, and then communicate with them based on need. I used to do so in the past. Example: you know a particular skill, say, "chemistry knowledge", so you label your friends who have that knowledge. If you have a problem, then you can write them by filtering whom to write by the label. It's not very efficient though, because you're bothering more people than necessary with a particular task or question. Ideally, you would find the only one perfect contact to bother, who is most likely to know how to solve the problem, and bother others only if bothering the first one resulted in the need for another.


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