Unicist Concepts define the Root-Causes
Unicist concepts and fundamentals define the root-causes of problems and are the root-drivers of solutions. They allow defining what is possible to be achieved and developing the maximal and minimum strategic actions and business objects to make it happen.
This approach is a consequence of the discovery of the intelligence that underlies nature and the structure of concepts that regulate the evolution of human beings and drive their actions. This discovery showed that concepts and fundamentals define the root-causes in adaptive environments and opened the possibility of managing such root-causes.
As concepts and their fundamentals define the root-causes in adaptive environments, it is necessary to know the structure of concepts to deal with the root-causes to build solutions. It is not possible to define what is possible to be achieved and making it happen without knowing the root-causes that generate a problem.
Unicist Concepts: An Emulation of Nature
The concept of an entity emulates its nature and allows defining its unified field. In plain language, conceptualization implies knowing what one is truly doing by having the concepts of the actions. It requires having their functional structure and being able to transform the concepts into value adding actions. The structures of concepts are cross-cultural and timeless while their operational content is environment dependent. They remain unchanged as long as a function exists.
Immanuel Kant (1724 – 1804) gave a functional meaning to the word concept, considering it as the framework of any possible action. Peter Belohlavek went further. He developed the epistemological structure of complexity science that uses a conceptual approach to deal with adaptive systems that integrated philosophy, science and action in a unified field: reality. This approach is based on the Unicist Theory and emulates the intelligence, organization and evolution of nature.
Unicist Root-Cause Management
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