Business Architecture using the Ontogenetic Maps of Institutions

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The unicist ontology defines the ontogenetic map of an institution and is essentially analogous to the DNA of a living being. They both define the nature of the being, have an implicit purpose and materialize the action and the energy conservation principles.

ontogenetic mapsBeing aware of the unicist ontological structure that underlies and rules the behavior and evolution of an institution it is possible to define the ontogenetic maps and action plans to ensure the functionality of an organization respecting its nature.

The difference between the DNA of different species is minimal although the physical difference might be enormous.

The same characteristic is given at the unicist ontological structure of institutions. Subtle differences generate different species.

That is why the accuracy of diagnoses of the conceptual structure of an institution is determinant. It defines its species and the possibilities and probabilities of its evolution.

Ontogenetic Maps of Institutions

The functionality of algorithms is to provide a logical structure to understand and influence reality in a secure way. Following ontological algorithms an individual is respecting the rules of ontogenesis.

ontogenetic mapsAlgorithms describe and explain the natural functionality of a reality and establish the relationships of the objects that are part of such reality based on the ontogenesis of the evolution process.

They provide the natural way to influence institutions. Using unicist ontologies to influence institutions implies dealing with the genetic engineering of the institution.

Therefore, the use of unicist technologies in institutions is based on “change without changing”. That means introducing changes that respect their nature and do not try to change their essential concepts.

Essential Analogy between DNA and Ontogenetic Maps



Three dimensional structure of DNA

Double Stranded DNA
DNA controlling the molecules
DNA disorders producing diseases
Repairing of DNA


Three dimensional structure of the ontogenetic map
Double dialectical functions
Ontological structures regulating evolutionOntological inconsistencies producing “chronic diseases”
Conceptual and operational benchmarking
Repairing of ontological structures

Ontogenetic Maps are Timeless and Cross-cultural

Unicist Ontogenetic Maps for Businesses: The DNA of Institutions

The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became the major research organization in the world in the field of human adaptive systems. More than 5,000 unicist ontological researches were developed since 1976 in the field of individual, institutional and social evolution. They included the development of the unicist ontogenetic maps of institutions and the development of business objects which are based on human double dialectical behavior. The knowledge of the ontogenetic maps allows building and storing structural business knowledge in the mind and expanding it in depth and wideness without needing to abandon any knowledge.

What are Unicist Ontogenetic Maps in Business for?

ontogenetic mapsOntogenetic maps are a conceptual GPS to generate solutions in the field of businesses considered as human adaptive systems.

They describe the ontological algorithm of a function or the whole system providing the steps that have to be followed to influence businesses.

Ontogenetic maps are timeless and cross-cultural but their applicative content varies based on the available technologies and the characteristics of the environments.

The use of ontogenetic maps and their implicit unicist ontological algorithms is the input for business architecture making the building of a solid structure possible.

Ontogenetic maps are basic to design  business architecture to develop diagnoses, strategies, scenarios, business models, business processes and business objects. Ontogenetic maps are the drivers to manage maximal strategies.

What are Ontogenetic Maps?

The integration of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature, the anthropological invariables and human ontointelligence made the development of the ontogenetic maps possible. These ontogenetic maps are timeless meaning that they are valid as long as the function they represent exists.

ontogenetic mapsFor example, the ontogenetic map of a lifeboat exists and remains unchanged as long as its function exists. Technologies change, cultural contexts are different but the ontogenetic map of the lifeboat remains the same.

Ontogenetic maps are cross-cultural because the integration of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature with the anthropological (cultural) invariables defines the nature of a function in synthetic language.

On the one hand, this makes the unicist ontological structures self-evident in any culture and, on the other hand, it makes the ontological algorithms that define the ontogenetic maps, be perceived as logical because they follow the natural way something needs to be developed.

The ontogenetic intelligence of nature regulates the evolution of living beings based on the existence of a purpose, an active and entropic principle to grow and an energy conservation principle to sustain the purpose.

Why Timeless?

ontogenetic mapsThe discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature opened the possibilities to deal with adaptive systems without needing to treat them as systemic systems.

It established that every living being is regulated by an intelligence that establishes its purpose, its active principle to evolve and its energy conservation principle to sustain its purpose.

It established that these elements in their oneness behave in a double dialectical way: The purpose is put into action by the active function having a relationship ruled by the supplementation law.

The purpose is sustained by the energy conservation principle having a relationship based on the complementation law.

This discovery established the basics that allowed approaching adaptive systems based on their unicist ontologies and building their ontogenetic maps which emulate the ontogenetic intelligence of nature.

The ontogenetic maps remain unchanged as long as a function exists, for example negotiation, leadership, strategy, etc.

ontogenetic mapsWhy Cross-cultural?

The discovery of the anthropological (cultural) invariables allowed explaining human essential behavior. These invariables are, on the one hand, the human need for security and freedom and, on the other hand, the alternative trend towards expansion or contraction.

This was modeled in the double pendular behavior of humans that allows apprehending human evolution at an essential level.

The research on human intelligence and the discovery of ontointelligence, defined by ethical intelligence, the type of thought and strategic intelligence, allowed explaining how humans deal with adaptive systems.

It defines the depth, amplitude and timeframe an individual can manage in the field of adaptive systems.

The ontogenetic maps are cross-cultural because their structure is based on the anthropological invariables which makes them self-evident in any culture.

ontogenetic mapsHow does human double dialectical behavior work?

The Unicist Dialectics allows dealing with human adaptive systems managing the integration of their double dialectical behavior.

With this double dialectical approach (purpose – active function, purpose – energy conservation function) one can understand the structure of an adaptive system and its evolution.

Unicist Dialectics is based on the emulation of adaptive systems, emulating the ontogenetic intelligence of nature (purpose, active principle, energy conservation principle).

Its application to human adaptive systems made the emulation of individual, institutional and social evolution possible.

Unicist 5 click Strategy

ontogenetic mapsThis is an ontogenetic map based system that uses implicitly the double dialectics to define the object driven marketing approach.
It allows monitoring commercial actions with potential clients when developing maximal strategies to expand. It has been simplified to work as a tool and a demonstration of the possibilities of this technology:

To approach a reality integrated by three elements with a dualistic mind it is necessary to consider it as a dualistic integration of binary elements. To perceive dialectics it is necessary to have a high abstraction capacity.

Those who do not have the abstraction capacity consider the dialectical behavior based on observable facts of reality. They cannot differentiate essential correlations from cause-effect relations.

Individuals who have the necessary functional intelligence and the will to add value to an environment, and are able to see the double dialectics, develop two different actions to ensure results: on the one hand, they impulse action and on the other hand, they develop actions to inhibit entropy.

Individuals who approach reality using unicist thinking define strategies based on taxonomies and planed actions to influence the environment.