The Unicist Evolutionary Approach (UEA) was developed based on the resources of the 4th industrial revolution to provide a generic catalyst to accelerate the business expansion of companies whatever their type or size. The UEA is a solution that ensures business growth, profitability and sustainability.
The 4th Industrial Revolution introduced the need of having a conceptual mindset to manage the possibilities opened by adaptive business processes. It requires going beyond the systemic mindset introduced by the 3rd Industrial Revolution.
The Functionality of the Method
The discovery of the root causes of evolution made at The Unicist Research Institute, allowed developing the UEA that manages the unified field and the root causes of social, individual and business evolution.
The UEA manages the concepts and fundamentals of processes and is synthesized in the unicist strategy and the unicist conceptual management that emulate the intelligence, organization and evolution of nature to develop maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure results.
The UEA is based on:
- The root causes of evolution, to deal with the context.
- The root causes of processes, to design and optimize processes, action plans and double dialectical actions (DDAs).
- The root cause of behavior, to understand and influence behavior.
- The emulation of processes to develop their conceptual design.
- The unified fields of processes, to define the conceptual and systemic structures of adaptive entities.
- The ontogenetic maps, to design the unified field of the functionality of processes and objects
- The unicist strategy that emulates the intelligence, organization and evolution of nature to foster growth and ensure results.
- The building of DDAs to transform unicist strategies into results.
The UEA emulates the triadic organization of nature to foster the evolution of things. Evolution needs to be understood and influenced in order to adapt to the environment.
Functionality of the UEA to Business
The UEA to business was developed to ensure the adaptability, customer orientation and sustainability of businesses while it fosters growth and profitability.
It drives to the development of businesses as adaptive systems that have the capacity to evolve based on their conceptual structure that makes them extremely functional.
The UEA is integrated by three core fundamentals:
- Unicist Strategy
- Unicist Tactics
- Organization by Roles and Objects
1. Unicist Strategy
Unicist Strategy is the driver of the UEA. The UEA uses a unicist strategic approach that emulates the intelligence, organization and evolution of nature based on the knowledge of the concepts and fundamentals of business functions. This approach requires managing the unified field of businesses and their root causes in order to establish sustainable processes.
Unicist strategy is functional when it has been transformed into organizational processes, business objects and actions. The maximal strategy of this approach is defined by the tactics to be implemented.
2. Unicist Tactics – Double Dialectical Actions (DDAs)
The unicist strategy is transformed into tactics by developing double dialectical actions (DDA) that allow integrating the actions of business catalysts and drivers and the actions of the maximal and minimum strategies in a way that ensures the achievement of the results that have been defined as possible.
The UEA is based on a conceptual design that uses the ontogenetic maps of the business functions to ensure the functionality of the design of the processes. This conceptual design implies using catalysts in all the adaptive aspects of processes to ensure the achievement of results.
3. Organization by Roles and Objects
These catalysts accelerate the functionality of business processes and allow defining the business objects that are necessary to ensure their reliability and quality.
The UEA considers two types of pilot tests: the destructive tests and the non-destructive tests.
Unicist destructive pilot tests begin when the functionality of a solution has been confirmed in the real world. The destructive testing consists in extending the application of a solution in adjacent application fields until it doesn’t work anymore. This allows defining fully reliable solutions. These destructive tests are followed by non-destructive tests to validate the functionality in a specific field of action.
Time management is a core aspect in adaptive environments because it defines the adaptability of the processes. Out of time is a synonymous of dysfunctionality.
Functionality of the UEA
The UEA is the natural approach to the 4th Industrial Revolution. It applies to any type and size of businesses and it works as a generic catalyst that accelerates the functionality of business +30%.
The Nine Pillars of the UEA
The UEA is materialized by the fundamentals that are implicit in its essential concept that integrates: strategy, tactics and roles & objects driven organization.
The UEA is based on 9 pillars that provide the operational approach to foster growth, profitability and sustainability using the technologies available in the 4th Industrial Revolution. They are:
- Unicist Strategy: to develop maximal and minimum strategies, within the limits of what is possible to be achieved, to grow and ensure results.
- The Unified Field Management: to manage the unified field of the concepts of business processes, to define what is possible to be achieved and how to make it happen.
- Root Cause Management: to manage the root causes of business problems and the root drivers of solutions.
Unicist Tactics – DDAs
- Double Dialectical Actions: based on unicist double dialectical logic to ensure the functionality and sustainability of adaptive systems and environments.
- Conceptual Design: to define the architecture of the unified field of business solutions.
- The Use of Catalysts: to accelerate the processes of business functions and ensure the achievement of results in adaptive environments.
Organization by Roles & Objects
- Business Objects: to accelerate business processes and ensure their quality.
- Timing: to ensure the synchronicity and functionality of processes.
- Pilot Tests: to develop pilot tests to ensure results, find the root causes of problems and develop their solutions.
Expert Systems to Sustain Methods
The unicist expert systems are alternative tools for any method that deals with business problem solving or solution building.
They were developed to manage the fundamentals of business processes by managing the root causes of processes to develop solutions in adaptive environments.
With multiple specialized modules to solve specific problems, these systems manage the unified field of the business processes to manage their functionality, dynamics and adaptability.
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