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The Unicist Standard for Business Organization

The Unicist Standard (US) provides the procedures of the action to design and implement a business strategy. The US in itself is integrated by three objects:

1)  The Unicist Object Driven Organization
2)  The Unicist Object Driven Management
3)  The Unicist Object Driven Strategy

The active function is given by the Object Driven Management because the operational value of the standard is given by its capacity to integrate the necessary hardware, software and peopleware to make things happen.

The use of an Object Driven Strategy saves energy. Energy can only be optimized when a strategic path is followed. If there is no strategic path, action usually includes many course changes to adapt to an uncertain environment which consumes a lot of energy.

Of course there are businesses that are adjacent to others without pretending to exist as an institution and therefore need no strategy. In this case the US adds no value.

Managing the US requires time in order to integrate it in the long term memory. The Unicist Standard cannot be used as a “copy and paste” standard. If it is used as such, it produces paradoxical results

Based on the book “The Unicist Standard to Manage the Nature of Businesses”.

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Diego Belohlavek
Expert System Manager

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