The objective of viruses is to multiply in order to facilitate the achievement of the personal goals. Virus multiplication needs a context.
The context of virus multiplication is the existence of all or some aspects of the anti-concept of object driven organization.
It implies that there has to be an organization with a weak immune system.
Organizations with weak immune systems have the following characteristics:
- They are task driven
- They have analogical and common sense procedures
- They have verbal and subjective action guides
- They are based on experience driven activities
The Anti-concept of the Unicist Object Driven Organization
There are people who need to approach reality based on their subjective experience. The object driven organization cannot be used when the minimum strategy of the users is based on experience based intuitive common sense procedures and subjective (personal) action guides.
In this case processes are based on task orientation which is guided by the previously mentioned subjective experience.
In the following lines you will find a short description of the organizations in which the object driven organization cannot work.
The object driven organization is a threat when the goodwill of the members of an organization is the driver for work.
The object driven organization exceeds the acceptable responsibility level when people prefer to follow personal instructions instead assuming the responsibility of processes.
The object driven organization diminishes the image of leaders when those who lead need to exert power within the organization.
The object driven organization is a utopia when the members of organizations are used to “copying and pasting” the organizational processes of others.
NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in using the unicist logical approach in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. It has an academic arm and a business arm. https://www.unicist.net/financials/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/turi-1.pdf