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Unicist Project Management: Plans A, B, C and D

The unicist approach is based on the definition of what is possible to be achieved based on the knowledge of its nature and the systemic knowledge to define its quantitative characteristics to make it happen. The unicist approach uses plans A, B, C and D to make things happen.

Plan A
The use of plan A is based on the knowledge of the ontogenetic map of what has to be achieved and the use of the operational actions to achieve it.

Plan B
The use of plan B, in case of failure of plan A, is based on the knowledge of the ontogenetic map of the solution and the use of entropy inhibitors.

Plan C
The use of plan C, in case of failure of plan B, is based on the knowledge of the ontogenetic map of the solution, the use of the necessary entropy inhibitors and the use of a process catalyst.

Plan D
Plan D is the plan to abort the process in case of failure of plans A, B and C. It includes the opening of a new plan A in a homologous field.

Using Plans A, B, C and D makes project management professional, reliable, transparent and knowledge driven.

Diana Belohlavek

NOTE: 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 4,200 unicist ontological researches were developed since 1976 until December 2011 in the field of individual, institutional and social evolution. They included the development of the unicist ontogenetic maps (DNA) of institutions.

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