Unicist Business Architecture

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Blue Eagle Group, Mar 19, 2012
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This book proposes to enter the world of unicist business architecture in order to be able to transform the idea of the concept of a business into business processes. This implies the integration of diagnoses, strategies and architecture. Unicist Business Architects need to integrate the facts of a business and of its contexts with the needs of customers, stakeholders and shareholders and with the possibilities of the available technologies. This implies necessarily the use of creativity. Business architects need to go beyond factual knowledge in order to use their "art" to develop solutions that go beyond an "if and then" thinking process. The nature of architects can be defined by the integration of their need to do, the focus on what is being built, their inner freedom in order to be able to use their "art," with a natural credibility in order to start by "believing to see" to imagine solutions that are not preexisting. This book is for individuals who are responsible for designing business architecture. They are the ones that need to be able to apprehend diagnoses and strategies considering their fundamental and technical analytical aspects. This book provides the necessary ontogenetic maps to design and build the business architecture.
 

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Contents

Prologue
11
The Unicist Ontology of Universal Strategy
24
Believing to see or seeing to believe?
36
The Unicist Ontology of Art
51
The Unified Field in Nature
65
The Unified Field of Biological Entities
67
Transforming Unified fields into Operational Actions
80
Intrinsic control
93
Unicist Hyperrealism in Business
125
Conclusions
138
The ontological algorithm of inner freedom
152
Builder
161
The Unicist Approach to Applied Complexity Sciences
174
Mechanisms to Avoid Dealing with Complexity
182
Complex Problem Solution Process
195
Glossary Main signifiers and signifieds of the Unicist Standard
211

Unicist Business Objects Design
106
Types of Figurative Messages
119

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