Managing the Root Causes of Problems
Here you have free access to a design module that allows managing the root causes of problems based on an intuitive approach to their functionalist principles.
This module provides an intuitive approach to the roots of solutions’ functionality and the root causes of problems. The pilot testing processes that are included ensure the reliability of the solutions.
The use of the functionalist principles of processes avoids making fallacious diagnoses and developing dysfunctional actions in adaptive environments.
Functionalist design implies managing the functional structure of the solutions, based on the functionalist principles that define processes. It ends with an operational solution that can be managed by anyone without needing to manage the functionalist principles of what is being done.
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Unicist Functionalist Technologies
The 4th Industrial Revolution introduced a paradigm shift that required the use of a functionalist approach to businesses based on managing the functionalist principles of their processes to make them adaptive and customer centered.
The paradigm shift is based on organizing by managing the functionality of businesses using business objects instead of managing the operationality based on processes and tasks, which was the case until the 3rd industrial revolution. It increases energy efficiency by up to 30% depending on the market and industry.
The functionalist principles define that there is nothing in the universe, which is part of a system, that does not work with a purpose, an active and entropic function, and an energy conservation function, which define its unified field. This structure works through binary actions that produce the functionality of any entity or process.
The use of functionalist technologies includes the installation of prototypes of the solutions that are being built, using a set of tools that include functionalist design, conceptual mapping, task building, automation, unicist logical rules, and pilot testing.