The theorem of cybernetic optimal management of the IEM System

The theorem of cybernetic optimal management of the IEM System

Any theoretically functional management system for a given social organization is an IEM System.

And vice versa, on the basis of an implemented IEM System, a cybernetic optimized management system for a given social organization can be built.

1.

In the limit definition of the cybernetic Law of Requisite Variety Principle, optimal management is achieved when two conditions are met:

A. The diversity of the managing impact matches the diversity of the managed entity.

B. Management manipulations are unambiguous.

The IEM System meet the (A) requirement through creating an arbitrarily complex and highly detailed cybernetic model of the managing enterprise.
On the level of the IEM Paradigm — the Imperative of Symmetry.

The unambiguity of the management actions (B) is achieved through highly standardized business processes in the IEM System.
On the level of the IEM Paradigm — the Imperative of Order.

2.

It is easy to prove (the proof has not been included for easier reading) that it is IMpossible for a management system to fulfill the Imperative of Symmetry and Order while simultaneously not realizing the Imperatives of Integrity, Completeness, and Universality.

More generally: A management system that realizes more than one imperative of an IEM will fulfill all five criteria.

Because of this, any management system that theoretically achieves cybernetic optimal management is an IEM System.

And vice versa, on a platform that is not an IEM System, achieving optimal management is impossible.

In addition, the very existence of a non-IEM functioning management system is NOT even mathematically possible.

March 12, 2018 by John Galt