The fundamentals of Unicist Pilot Testing were developed by Peter Belohlavek at the Unicist Research Institute.
Pilot testing are not trial and error activities. They require a precise design defining both destructive and non-destructive tests. Destructive tests allow defining the limits of a specific knowledge and non-destructive tests define its validity.
Pilot testing must begin with destructive tests in order to define the boundaries to develop the non-destructive tests. Unicist thinking proves the supplementation and complementation laws that allow designing these pilot tests.
People who do not do spontaneous pilot tests when focusing on a complex problem are not prepared for assuming the responsibility for producing results.
Pilot tests allow confirming the knowledge of the fundamentals of a problem. They are actions that promote actions.
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