These discoveries established the groundings to develop the unicist double dialectical logic that underlies all systems in nature.
The use of the double dialectical logic made the emulation of the organization of nature possible, developing objects to install into human adaptive systems to make them faster, safer and reliable.
The unicist process improvement is based on (*):
1) Diagnoses that include the third dimension of what is possible to be achieved.
2) The knowledge of the triadic structure of the business functions and their fundamentals that define the concept that regulates the processes.
4) The double dialectical change management approach integrating small, medium and big changes in order to minimize change resistance.
5) The use of the double dialectical logic integrating participative and non participative improvements.
6) The double dialectical integration of preparation and change management groups to ensure implementations in real time.
7) The use of the unicist standard to manage adaptive systems and the adaptive aspects of the processes.
8) The use of the triadic structured quality assurance objects to manage the functionality of processes and their output.
9) The use of Object Driven Organization and Client Centered Management as a metamodel to optimize the business processes.
10) The development of a unicist scorecard to monitor the metrics of the processes.
(*) A condition to manage the unicist approach is to go beyond the use of dualistic logic and use the double dialectical logic in order to be able to emulate dynamic processes in mind. It implies leaving behind the use of the disjunction “or” substituting it by the use of the functional conjunction “and”.
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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.