#30: Why are systems most important in life?

A system is a group of interacting or interrelated elements that act according to a set of rules to form a unified whole.

Systems are important in life because they help us organize and manage complex processes, making them more efficient, effective, and predictable. Systems can be found everywhere in our daily lives, from the biological systems that keep our bodies functioning, to the social systems that govern our interactions with others, to the technological systems that power our homes, businesses, and societies.

Some specific reasons why systems are important in life include:

  1. Efficiency: Systems help us perform tasks faster and more accurately, which saves time and resources.
  2. Predictability: Systems allow us to anticipate and plan for future outcomes based on past performance, which reduces uncertainty and risk.
  3. Consistency: Systems ensure that processes are performed consistently and reliably, which improves quality and reduces errors.
  4. Scale: Systems can be scaled up or down to accommodate different levels of demand, which makes them adaptable to changing circumstances.
  5. Innovation: Systems can be improved and optimized over time, which drives innovation and progress.

Overall, systems provide a framework for organizing, managing, and improving the processes that make up our lives, and they are essential to our personal and collective success.

Blogger, YouTuber, Podcaster, & life coach VK Chaudhry has stressed the importance of systems in our lives and for any organization. We will be discussing with which we can improve our lives and any organization’s upliftment. I have worked in the textile industry for 40 years.

We were making export material. We were able to meet consistent quality with the help of systematic process control help of systems. I have worked with different big groups in my entire life. Everywhere I was able to implement systems to improve the work efficiency of my team. In this blog, do you believe in discussing in detail pointwise, which will help every person individually and organization-wise?  

  What is the system?

The system is a process of doing anything in a set of rules with which we can complete any task with great ease. We can also understand the system is a way of working, organizing, or doing something which follows a fixed plan or set of rules. Systems are made by individuals or in a group for any organization.

Suppose we are working in a company making textiles yarns and fabrics. We need to control the incoming material outgoing final product and accessories to be used in stores for controlling the process. This will be possible only when you have some set of rules and systems. We had an external agency to assess our in-house systems.

The Agency name is ISO(International standards of organization) The International Organization for Standardization (ISO /aɪ ɛs oʊ/) is an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations. Founded on 23 February 1947, the organization develops and publishes worldwide technical, industrial, and commercial standards. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland[3], and works in 166 countries.

More effective planning

Comes helps us to be more effective in getting desired results in a person’s life or in any organization. Proper planning is made and distributed among team members. Why do we need the systems? We’d need these systems to have our mission vision and dreams working for the profitability of the company.

When companies have all these systems it becomes easy to monitor the product Ram material and finished material easily with the required quality standards. Clarity of things is most important.

Vision for your systems  

We help to make good systems after a thorough vision of all aspects. A much better vision of the systems which are required for the successful profitable running of the concern is a must. Technical persons and other important people in the team are required to do very good homework.

Our sincere people efforts

In maintaining systems we can access how much effort is being given by our staff. Times since year people give wonderful efforts but some team members are not working as required. Systems in an organization give a specific responsibility to a particular post/ employee. At the time of the half-yearly or yearly assessment review, each and every employee is giving competitive intention in the team. or yearly assessment review of each and every employee is giving competitive intention in the team.

Right persons at the right place in a company

Systems guide us on whether we have kept the right people right place and time to give their wonderful performance for the post. Some required changes are made as per systems feedback. It will be a benefit to the company and individuals. Just see in any game like cricket mostly batting or bowling slots are fixed for specialist players. This is giving us the details of whether we need some change from time to time.

Quality control

Quality control departments give us wonderful studies online and offline. This helps in judging whether the product made by our machines and manpower is as per standards or not. If it is not as per required stand standards then it is made non-conform. With this wonderful system, we are able to see our quality level is falling incongruence with our requirements. We are satisfying our customers for a longer time. Customers are called our God as they give us money for our products.

Time motion study

We are taking advantage of time and motion study with our industrial engineer. We can get the best analysis of our resources to get the best products and best performance of manpower and machinery resources. Textile industry tenure I had a lot of studies done by our industrial engineering department. This system has helped us in getting the best production and quality in various departments. We were able to make decisions at our will.

Empower your team

After seeing systematic analyses from quality control and time-motion studies with our industrial injury department we were able to take corrective decisions. We need to review the role and responsibilities of our team members.

Customers will smile & go

We will be getting our repeated customers after getting our good quality and production with delivery on time. These customers will give another line of consumers who will come and visit our factories. They will be able to review our sound systems & go smiling.

Communication is must

Top-to-bottom communication is improved to a great extent from the systematic working of a company. Mill owners and senior executives can find the overall working of the group in a much better way. Necessary meeting schedules are fixed to improve further.

Failures are milestones in success

Whenever we are getting some fillers due to non-conforming products. We are able to access the reason for the failure in the process. We take corrective actions on particular machine departments and operators. This helps in no failure again. This is only due to the system.

This is the reason that we see the levers are milestones on the way to success. No need to worry as these milestones are going to give you the best position in the industry.

Communication among departments 

In an industry or any organization, a systematic approach helps us to attain the best possible performance level of all resources. Our quality control department does qualitative and quantitative tests to ensure that quality levels are as per the required standards by our customers. This is the main advantage of the systematic working of a company.

I have worked with many companies having all ISO standards even for the environment also. These companies make them sell on top of the industry with the best performance, quality, and timely delivery. Companies got more profitable profitability with the systematic way of working. Branding was made with this systematic approach.

When systems are in line then communication becomes very good among all departments. They all act as a team for their best performance.

Love for Problems

When setting a systematic approach in any organization people are not accustomed to it on the first go. But they are getting these in their daily routine work. Whenever problems are faced then an immediate solution is suggested by our systems. There is no problem without a solution. Go ahead in life and love problems as smart people say fail fast, fast learning.

  1. Systems: Systems are structured and organized arrangements of interconnected components that work together to achieve a common goal or objective.
  2. Efficiency: Efficiency refers to the ability to achieve maximum output with minimum input or resources. Systems are designed to optimize efficiency by reducing waste, minimizing errors, and streamlining processes.
  3. Predictability: Predictability is the ability to anticipate and forecast future outcomes based on past performance. Systems provide a framework for establishing consistent patterns of behavior that can be used to predict and plan for future outcomes.
  4. Consistency: Consistency refers to the ability to perform tasks in a reliable and repeatable manner. Systems are designed to ensure that processes are performed consistently, which improves quality, reduces errors, and enhances overall performance.
  5. Scale: Scale refers to the ability to adapt and adjust a system to accommodate different levels of demand or complexity. Systems can be scaled up or down to meet changing needs, which makes them adaptable and flexible.
  6. Innovation: Innovation refers to the ability to develop and implement new ideas, technologies, or processes that improve performance or outcomes. Systems provide a framework for testing and refining new ideas, which drives innovation and progress.
  7. Organizing: Organizing refers to the process of arranging and structuring components or elements in a specific order or pattern. Systems are designed to provide a structured framework for organizing and managing complex processes.
  8. Managing: Managing refers to the process of overseeing and controlling the performance of a system or process. Systems are designed to facilitate effective management by providing tools, resources, and feedback mechanisms that enable managers to optimize performance.
  9. Processes: Processes refer to the series of steps or actions that are taken to achieve a specific goal or objective. Systems are designed to manage and optimize processes by providing a framework for organizing, controlling, and improving them.
  10. Optimization: Optimization refers to the process of improving the performance of a system or process by making it more efficient, effective, or streamlined. Systems are designed to facilitate optimization by providing feedback mechanisms, data analysis tools, and performance metrics that can be used to identify areas for improvement.

Time frame review

Make  SOP:

  1. Identify the process: Determine the process that needs an SOP and identify the specific tasks involved.
  2. Gather information: Collect all relevant information about the process, including documentation, best practices, and any regulations or standards that need to be followed.
  3. Define the scope: Determine the scope of the SOP, including the specific tasks and responsibilities of each person involved in the process.
  4. Write the procedure: Using the information gathered, write a step-by-step procedure for completing the process. Be sure to include all necessary information, such as safety precautions, quality standards, and relevant metrics.
  5. Review and revise: Have the SOP reviewed by all stakeholders and make any necessary revisions based on feedback.
  6. Approve and distribute: Obtain approval from all necessary parties and distribute the final SOP to all relevant personnel.

Follow ISO system

  1. Identify the relevant ISO standard: Determine which ISO standard is relevant to your organization’s needs. Examples include ISO 9001 for quality management systems, ISO 14001 for environmental management systems, and ISO 27001 for information security management systems.
  2. Perform a gap analysis: Conduct a gap analysis to determine how your organization’s current practices and processes compare to the requirements of the chosen ISO standard.
  3. Develop an implementation plan: Create a plan for implementing the ISO system, including timelines, resource requirements, and roles and responsibilities.
  4. Develop documentation: Create the necessary documentation for the ISO system, including policies, procedures, work instructions, and records.
  5. Implement the system: Implement the ISO system by training employees, establishing processes and procedures, and ensuring that the system is fully operational.
  6. Conduct internal audits: Conduct internal audits to ensure that the ISO system is being followed and that it is meeting the requirements of the chosen standard.
  7. Continuously improve: Continuously monitor and improve the ISO system by identifying areas for improvement, implementing corrective actions, and updating documentation as necessary.
  8. Prepare for external audits: Prepare for external audits by ensuring that all necessary documentation is up-to-date and that the ISO system is being followed consistently.
  9. Achieve certification: Finally, undergo an external audit by a certification body to achieve certification for the chosen ISO standard.

Please note that the specific steps involved in implementing an ISO system may vary depending on the chosen standard and the unique needs of your organization. It is also recommended to work with a qualified consultant or expert to guide you through the process

FAQ for System

  1. What is a system?
  2. A system is a structured and organized arrangement of interconnected components or parts that work together to achieve a common goal or objective.
  3. Why are systems important? Systems are important because they provide efficiency, predictability, consistency, and scale in managing complex processes. They also enable innovation, optimization, and effective management of resources.
  4. What are some examples of systems? Examples of systems include computer systems, transportation systems, manufacturing systems, financial systems, educational systems, and healthcare systems.
  5. How are systems designed? Systems are designed through a process of analyzing the requirements, defining the scope, identifying the components, and establishing the rules and procedures for their operation. Designing a system also involves testing, refining, and optimizing its performance.
  6. What is system optimization? System optimization is the process of improving the performance of a system by making it more efficient, effective, or streamlined. This can be achieved by analyzing data, identifying areas for improvement, and implementing changes to the system.
  7. How do systems support innovation? Systems support innovation by providing a framework for testing and refining new ideas. They also enable the identification of areas for improvement, facilitate collaboration, and provide resources for experimentation.
  8. What is the role of management in systems? Management plays a critical role in systems by overseeing and controlling their performance. This involves setting goals, defining processes and procedures, allocating resources, monitoring performance, and making decisions to optimize outcomes.
  9. How can I improve my understanding of systems? You can improve your understanding of systems by studying system theory, reading books and articles on the subject, and analyzing real-world examples of systems in action. You can also work with experts or take courses to learn more about designing, implementing, and optimizing systems.

Development of effective leadership

Groups, Top Management Teams, and Executives play a very important role in the stability of profitability of a company.

Effective individual/organizational results

Human Resource Management and Employment Relationships are made much better in a big system governed by mills. 

Client fulfillment system

Practice and lead generation


“Listening to both sides of a story will convince you that there is more to a story than both sides.”

– Frank Tyger

“The system, to a large extent, causes its own behavior! An outside event may may unleash that behavior, but the same outside event applied to a different system is likely to produce a different result.”

― Donella H. Meadows

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