Nomcratic management system
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Nomocratic management system
- Jong Bhak
NMS is a management method and principle developed by Jong Bhak.
The philosophy of nomocratic mangement system is that the most efficient government, corporate, organizations, and community
can be achieved by clearly practicing the rule of law in each nation and the global community.
Most nations use nomocracy and nomocracy is the principle. Therefore all economical and managment environments
are derived from laws (the highest level being constitution) in most countries although the execution
(nomocracy degree) is variant among different countries.
Companies adhering to the legal principles and constitutional goals have the highest chance of survival
and sustain themselves longer transpassing generations.
The first company officially launched by nomocratic management system is TBI (Theragen BiO Institute, a commercial entity).
The first public organization established based on NMS is KOBIC.
The first public lab established by the NMS is MRC-DUNN bioinformatics lab (2001-2003, Cambridge).
The NMS approach is simply the extension of nomocracy to the society's higest possible level
and to perform commercial activity.