The philosophy (or utopia) of sharing know-how encompasses intrinsically ethical behaviors which,
though shared, are methodically disregarded.
The fair remuneration of work is a commitment that Nomizeis pursues. Compensation has to be measured to the know-how expressed and to the added value, whilst to pursue money or to obtain a profit or a good without having performed the correspondent
task is considered a theft towards who has produced the good (partner, supplier). The idea of a profit as “craftiness” for one’s gain, disappears. Many “craftiness” become an overall damage to have no one’s benefit.
Companies are considered an important actor of the social fabric. The concept of work, or company with profit as its only target, disappears. To make profit without pursuing it.
Nomizeis’ ethical commitment goes beyond the concepts of the ethical codes generally applied, which often are restricted to consider “off limits” behaviors punishable by law.
From the care and attention of all (sharing network as a whole), derives the good and interest of each single member of the sharing network.
Sharing know-how replaces the concept of “competition” into that of emulation. Each person is driven to improve his/hers personal know-how (in emulation to other eventual partners) in the specific area in which one is capable. From this concept, it derives a competition which increases know-how and add value.
In the sharing mechanism, the cruel competition among companies, which engages the whole of the company structure and not the specific know-how, with economical difficulties often at the expenses of the quality of work or of the increase of know-how and the added value, disappears.
One shares to do better and not to have an immediate return.
This approach favors the comparison and interaction, and leads to a continuous know-how growth of the
individuals and of the shared know-how.
Better know-how means greater added value.
The misuse of resources or the waste of them, is, from an ethical (not only economical) standpoint, guilty.
The “sharing know-how” by its own nature aims to use each single resource at its best and to spread know-how itself.
The most relevant ethical aspect of sharing know-how and its major characteristic is the ability not to waste knowledge and the possibility to pass it on.
Nomizeis eases the spreading of Know-how and acts so that it is passed on by allowing technical and scientific partners to interact and cooperate with schools, universities, research centres and associations boards institutionally operating in training.
These activities are aiming to involve companies, universities and research centers (with their project and realization capabilities) even in schools and in social contexts.
The objective is to weld/join the gap between research, companies, schools and social context by integrating capabilities of various operators.
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