Monthly Archives: January 2014

Unicist Fundamental Analysis applied to Businesses

Unicist fundamental analysis is an approach to diagnose business situations and possible evolutions. Dealing with businesses as unified fields is extremely abstract and requires defining their fundamentals based on secondary information.

There is no possibility to measure most of the fundamentals in a direct way.

The unicist business strategy scorecard

The unicist scorecard is an objective strategy validation system. Its purpose is to validate the functionality of business action plans. It is integrated by a Business Marketplace Index (BMI), a Business Credibility Index (BCI) and a Business Growth Index (BGI).

The integration of these indexes defines the possibility and probability to achieve the goals proposed in a strategy.

These indexes are built on objective information. Based on their origin, the information included can be classified in:

  1. Quantitative (hard) information
  2. Quantitative perceptions
  3. Quantified opinions

The Unicist Scorecard is a complementary concept to the Balanced Scorecard. While the Balanced Scorecard is a bottom-up tool to approach the execution of strategies, the Unicist Scorecard is a top-down tool to sustain the building of strategies.

Unicist Press Committee

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.