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Diagnosing implies going beyond the signs and symptoms

In Medicine an illness underlies its signs and symptoms, since those are its produces. But symptoms and signs diagnostics is many times confused with the diagnosis of the real problem underlying them.

In the organization field, there are also different levels of diagnoses, according to their complexity level and scope.

In a more superficial level there are both descriptions of the “symptoms” of a problem, which are relatively easy to “see”, and there are descriptions of “signs” that require an objective approach. In a much deeper level, unicist diagnostics works on what underlies those symptoms and signs, focused on the solution of complex problems based on their nature.

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Unicist diagnoses for complex problems means using objective descriptions and at the same time seeking to increase

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Diego  Belohlavek
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