Object Driven Organization


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Unicist Workstation Design

The specific WSD requires defining the efficacy that needs to be available, the efficiency of the system and the necessary level of automation according to the characteristics of the adaptive aspects of a job.

Processes can be fully automated when they require no adaptive behavior. Efficacy becomes critical when adaptive behavior is necessary.

Efficiency can grow up to a certain level when defining jobs. When a certain level is surpassed, it produces paradoxical results because it alienates workers. Job enrichment is a way to compensate an extreme level of efficiency at work.

Efficacy varies from person to person based in their natural characteristics and the schooling system they were subject to. Operational thinkers have their efficacy level at a high programmed level that uses disambiguated language and operational know how to work.

People who developed their conceptual thinking are able to deal with ambiguous environments with a low level of programming. Low level of programming implies that individuals need to behave in an adaptive way depending on the responses of the environment.

People who seek for security are expecting a highly programmed environment. Those who seek for freedom, having assumed the responsibility for producing results, expect a low programmed job.

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Diego Belohlavek

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. http://www.unicist.org

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What are Unicist Business Objects?

The use of business objects structures the timing and synchronicity of business processes. It also provides the necessary acceleration to achieve the needed critical mass and the required speed to adapt to the environment.

Unicist Business Objects are proven solutions based on the use of the unicist ontological algorithms included in the Unicist Standard that can be installed in processes in order to save energy and increase quality to produce results.

Objects are productive units (adaptive systems) that have a concept, an added value, the necessary quality assurance and a methodology to ensure the minimum strategy.

Types of Business Objects

There are five business objects which are: the drivers, the entropy inhibitors, the inhibitors, the catalysts and the gravitational objects.

The first three ones belong to the process of a system while the catalysts are part of the restricted context and the gravitational objects belong to the wide context of a system.

Objects can be designed integrating these three functions as part of their functionality or they can exist as three different objects to provide the driving, inhibiting and entropy inhibiting functions in a process.

Catalysts and gravitational objects are not part of the system. If one integrates them into the system, these objects do not work as such and destroy the system’s functionality.

The use of business objects requires individuals who understand the business processes in order to use the objects and replace them when their functionality has been exceeded.

Synthetically:

Driving Objects
To drive processes
Catalyzing Objects
To accelerate processes
Entropy Inhibiting Objects
To inhibit the entropy of business processes
Inhibiting Objects
To inhibit dysfunctional events in a business
Gravitational Objects
To influence the results of processes

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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. http://www.unicist.org

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Can Butterfly Companies Change?

Butterfly Companies are organizations that have not established a structure and are driven by survival needs materialized in power and money driven actions.

The unique purpose of butterfly companies is to obtain profit from the market, but this profit includes monetary and subjective aspects in order to provide the owners with the necessary validation of their capacity.

They are naturally driven by inferiority / superiority feelings. As they essentially feel their own instability and cannot solve it, they develop a self-valuation syndrome that needs a permanent demonstration of their superiority in order to survive.

They behave as stagnant survivors because they need to maximize the subjective and objective benefits transferring all the costs and risks they can to third parties in order to survive.

These actions imply not being able to make long term plans replacing them by smart survival tactics. Therefore, they cannot measure ROI, return on investment, because it implies the existence of a plan.

They cannot build institutional image. Their actions are justification driven which implies that their image is permanently being degraded. Because of their extreme greed they produce permanent conflicts with the market.

Butterfly companies cannot use adaptive systems. The need of exerting power of their leaders makes Butterfly companies transform adaptive systems into administrative systems or no systems. Therefore, they are either bureaucratic or anarchic in order to ensure the exertion of power of the leaders.

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Unicist Business Objects changed Business Management

The design of business processes, before the unicist approach was developed, was based on operational research tools that did not include the fundamentals of processes. Therefore they were extremely human attitude dependant.

The unicist approach to business processes introduced fundamental analysis to define the nature of processes and the use of objects emulating the organization of nature. Object Driven Organization established a new starting point in business process design.

“Unicist Business Objects are adaptive systems that are designed to produce a predefined result in a process. By definition they deal with the adaptive aspects of businesses. They are unnecessary in administrative systems.

Not everyone can design an object, but everyone that recognizes its functionality within a process can use it.

The autopilot of an airplane can be activated without knowing how it was built but it is necessary to know how it works and the limits of its functionality.

There are five business objects which are: the drivers, the entropy inhibitors, the inhibitors, the catalysts and the gravitational objects.

The first three ones belong to the process of a system while the catalysts are part of the restricted context and the gravitational objects belong to the wide context of a system.

Objects can be designed integrating these three functions as part of their functionality or they can exist as three different objects to provide the driving, inhibiting and entropy inhibiting functions in a process.

Catalysts and gravitational objects are not part of the system. If one integrates them into the system, these objects do not work as such and destroy the system’s functionality.

The use of business objects requires individuals who understand the business processes in order to use the objects and replace them when their functionality has been exceeded.”

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