extra high efficiency
The IEM paradigm absorbs, synthesizes and structures separate achievements of renown business organizers of the past, mathematically systemizing them in the integral conformal model.
Japanese management (Toyota Production System), Just in time, operational excellence, lean manufacturing, lean services, six sigma, process approach, balanced scorecard management, "zero defects", Goldratt's theory of constraints, value network, etc. — all of them, much like pre-Newtonian physics, were a combination of individual assumptions, plausible guesses and generalizations of practical observations.
Being the fragments of a competitive market enterprise's complete mathematic model, they all have a systemized reflection in the IEM cybernetics.
The past century and a half has irrefutably shown the principles of the free market on a macro-level.
The IEM paradigm shows how to recreate the principles of the free market on a micro-level, on the level of a single enterprise.
The classical management paradigm accepted with the inevitable decrease in effectiveness of a company as it grew.
The IEM paradigm offers a technology for structuring organizations so that as they grow, their effectiveness grows also, just like the free market.
Local knot of global value chains
Infinite IEM self-similarity
Leader as the core
of the business