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Unicist Functionalist Approach

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Dealing with ambiguity in Unicist Business Management

Ambiguity always appears in an individuals mind when he has decided to grasp the nature of an adaptive system in order to exert influence on it. Adaptive systems are complex having to univocal cause-effect relations that allow exerting disruptive external influence.

Reality appears ambiguous when a person tries to apprehend the nature of an adaptive system, having the sound knowledge and experience in the field. Without having the knowledge reality appears uncertain.

In this case ambiguity exists and the individual needs to understand the double meaning that appears in her/his mind in order to exert the necessary influence on reality.

Success depends on individuals’  capacity to transform ambiguous inputs into concrete operational outputs.

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