Planetary Management System (PMS)
RDI delivers a number of management systems that are associated with its solution models. These management systems vary in scale and application. Our management systems can be applied at the small business, organizational, governmental and planetary levels. More information can be obtained on its management systems by contacting RDI
The USM gives a general case discussion of Solution Models, Understanding Models, Management Systems, and then extends this to a class specific example from these top level pieces to Science and Technology, Organizations, Ecosystems and Products and Services.
The UMS and the IDMS sit on top of all other classes of solution models. The stack to the left shows the geographic class of solution models. This class is anthropocentric and based on "standing" relative to geographic and non-geographically tied macro-structural models and frameworks.
Imagine yourself on Earth 200 years from now, in 2215. You are a historian, fascinated with early 21st century events and in particular, the turning point that shifted the trajectory of the world from a dismal, impoverished world, with incredible disparities in wealth, health, and opportunities, to the one that exists today: peaceful, with opportunities and plentitude for all. Today, in 2215, it's common knowledge that the third generation web began in 2015, but few people have rigorously analyzed the causal factors that led to wide-scale adoption of that technology and the role that the 3rd generation web played in planetary management.
In fact, people are so happy and content today that no one really wants to talk about the "Dark, Dark, Ages" as the early 21st century is now called. But as a historian it is your task to research the issues, challenges, and proposed solutions the global population faced in 2015, and so you begin your quest to document the events and situations that were of utmost importance at that time.
RDI delivers a number of management systems that are associated with its solution models. These management systems vary in scale and application. Our management systems can be applied at the small business, organizational, governmental and planetary levels. More information can be obtained on its management systems by contacting RDI.
Planetary Management, 2017
Planetary Management, the idea that all people and species had rights of existence and rights to collectively determine the fate of the earth, is commonplace now in 2215, but in 2017 was a new concept. Had Planetary Management not been instituted, mass extinction of both humans and other animal and plant species would most likely have followed within decades because the world in 2015 was in disarray, faced with systemic challenges that prevented collaboration and cooperation between Nation States and between people facing similar issues.
The infrastructure that existed at the time, the second generation of the Web, did little to overcome the geographically tied infrastructures that had existed for hundreds of years. The major issues—managing population growth and resource allocation, reducing CO2 and Methane to hold rising temperatures in check, maintaining an environment that was sustainable and able to provide resources to the planet, responding in a coordinated effort to terrorists, viruses, financial crises, natural disasters, and others—were recognized by many people, but the underlying systemic causes could not be addressed with the second generation Web. Indeed, these systemic issues included:
• An incredible complexity of issues, causes, and solutions with multiple people, organizations, and governments working on them simultaneously but without coordinated efforts.
• A system of highly networked and interrelated interactions in which actions by a single person or entity could have intended or unintended consequences for others.
• An exponential, geometric escalation of issues that became amplified or went “viral” in the terminology of 2015.
Although the second generation of the Web (c. 2002) allowed for increased social media and interconnections between people and for large global corporations and governments to accumulate massive amounts of information, the technology did not provide a mechanism to collaborate in ways that actually solved problems. The world was still organized into geographically imposed boundaries based on Nation States, and each Nation State sought to preserve it’s own self-interest and survival.
Solution models and Management Systems
The solution models address infrastructure issues, systemic issues, institutional models, check and balance system design and more all having to do with macro-scale overarching frameworks. The solution models also put a new set of "tool boxes" in place for micro-structural change, growth and transformation. These "tools" are designed for use with 4th industrial revolution components, network effect opportunities, the exponential increases in n-dimensionally connected knowledge bases and more. This exponentially increases economic opportunity, efficiencies in means of production dynamics, transformative problem solving and generative and emergent solution processes. These components form the foundation for a new planetary and inter-planetary and inter-stellar and inter-dimensional realities. They are designed to support self-determinative and self-emancipatory paradigms while drawing on the collective knowledge, wisdom and understanding of a planetary population and beyond.
The Role of Solution Model Frameworks
The "macro" frameworks form the "conditions for emergence" by providing a sustainable, stable, safe haven environment through framework architecture in government and institutional models in conjunction with check and balance system design. The "micro" mechanisms or tool sets provide a new kind of tool use that incorporates mechanisms found in human consciousness, these include self-organizing systems, teleonomic systems and autopoiesis. These tools provide the basis for creative problem solving, creative expression, transformative learning, perceptual shifting and more.
Scope of Management Systems
The management systems start at the Universal Solution Model level and move through the inter-dimensional, inter-stellar, inter-planetary levels, move to the planetary management system, and other management systems. These range from geo-localized systems such as current political models to the implementation and management of segment specific solution models in medicine, economics, energy, education and more.
Overview of Management Systems
Management systems are designed to keep a system working once it is in place. In other words, they are designed to work within a framework that is designed to accommodate wide range exacerbations while being predicated on new systemic models. The new systemic models provide and umbrella framework or architecture that incorporates the realities of change, these include but are not limited to: increasing complexity, systemic amplification, rapidly changing environments, early detection and awareness paradigms, planetary scales, planetary systems, cross-border integration, cross-field inter-connectivity, globalization and more. Each management system sets forth a new kind of meta-level "lever and knob" approach to increasingly complex systems, self-organizing systems, dissipative structures and chaotic systems.
Management System Components
Management systems are designed to define threshold conditions, boundary conditions and exacerbatory state change phenomena in earth systems, life systems, economic systems, species preservation imperatives and more.
Management Systems and Event Classes
The management systems are designed to define and track of various event classes that follow along with the dimensionally equivalent solution model classes. The management systems set forth in the USM incorporate the new technology outlined in the technology section of the BlueBook Series.