Prophet Mosque
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
(وَمَا أَرْسَلْنَاكَ إِلَّا رَحْمَةً لِّلْعَالَمِينَ)

Mercy to Mankind Project
Executive Summary Our Structure Plans

Our Structure
We view an Institution structure as the foundation and the cloud which we build on.
To us, a structure has at minimum the following components:

       Institution
       Think Tanks
       Management
       Vision
       Finance
       Marketing
       Environment
       Technology
       Projects
       Infrastructure
       Testing

Our attempt in this page is to present our view briefly so future partners and investors would understand our structure and priorities.

Institution:
Any institution must have a structure and we may start as 100% virtual with no physical presence. The structure may vary based on the resources and finance.

Think Tanks:
Definition (according to Wikipedia):
"A think tank (also called a policy institute) is an organization, institute, corporation, or group that conducts research and engages in advocacy in areas such as social policy, political strategy, economy, science or technology issues, industrial or business policies, or military advice."

Using the US Congress as a model, our Think-Tanks must have the following as quick guidelines:

       Think-Tank Members, size and qualifications
       Committees, leaders and speakers
       Rules of engagements and guidelines
       Goals and timelines
       Use of latest technologies

Management:
The core success or failure of any institution is its management. We view management as the core, the leader, the motivator, the energy, and the brain of any institution. Management must take the responsibility of everything that runs in the institution.

Vision:
Anything including the institution and the future must have a vision(s) which is documented and brainstormed. We recommend that any vision must have visibility study, a prototype if feasible and a Proof of Concept (POC).

Finance:
We cannot express how critical finance is in turning any institution into a reality or being a competitor. Management must work with the source of finance and document all the interaction with financier.

Marketing:
It is the wrapper, not the candy that sells, as the wrapper is important to candy makers, so does marketing to our products and projects.

Environment:
Environment has several aspects such as an institution, business, system, development and testing.

Technology:
The latest and the greatest must be our practice at hand.

Projects:
Our view of project is the same of our view of an institution with development as an added feature.

Infrastructure:
Our Intelligent, automated, virtual DevOps is our infrastructure.

Testing:
Testing is very critical to any project success and in turn any institution's success. We keep testing as a separate component which must be independent with automation.


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