Management models are often represented by circular diagrams. The iterations scheme out continuous change through repetitive actions (evaluation, assessment, design, implementation, meta-management) that involve various agents (people, tools, processes). However, each iteration should not only be different, it should be better than the previous one. This how polysingularity of continuous improvement works: it subjugates replication to some external criteria, which evaluate its success or failure. Such subjugation stifles polysingular potential of participating entities, because the intention emerges from their belonging to something, rather than sharing the space-in-between with something.