Decisions are produced because they are needed. When there is no need to decide, the decisions become just a utopia the individual has in mind to deal with reality. That is why decisions exist when they are implemented. If not, they are just an alternative that will be considered when time for decision making comes.
Unicist decision making is a conscious process of an individual or group where the justifications and foundations of possible action alternatives are evaluated to make a decision. It is focused on ensuring that the objectives are possible and not only probable.
The unicist double dialectical approach allows integrating the justifications of the purpose that needs to be achieved, with the justifications of the necessary actions, integrating them with their foundations to ensure the accuracy of the decision.
The foundations of a decision-making processes define the causality of the process including the root causes, the triggering causes and the limit causes to ensure the functionality of the decision.
The dualistic approach to decision making is based on maximal strategic actions based on justifications that are validated by empirical benchmarks without considering the root causes.
NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute has been, since 1976, the pioneer in complexity science research to deal with adaptive entities and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of adaptive systems and environments. It was one of the precursors of the Industry 4.0 concept