The unicist universal objects are adaptive systems integrated by a purpose that is defined by their concepts and a value generating action that includes a quality assurance to ensure their functionality.
Energy Saving and Quality Improvement
Unicist Business Objects are proven solutions based on the use of the unicist ontological algorithms included in the Unicist Standard that can be installed in processes in order to save energy and increase quality to produce results.
The energy saving in a normal business process is usually more than 30%. The investment in Business Objects is recovered in less than one year.
There exists the possibility of making a Research Consortium to develop Business Objects for a company.
The specific unicist business objects (UBO) are encapsulated adaptive systems that produce predefined results, which are defined by their concepts, that can be inserted in work processes to increase productivity and quality and to save energy.
The purpose of a business object is defined by the result it can produce.
As objects, they have a concept, an added value and a quality assurance.
- Results define the concept of a business object
- Adaptive aspects are the drivers that generate the added value of the object
- Operation & Control aspects provide the quality assurance of their processes
A Technology driven Business Approach
Enterprise 4.0 was the name given to the unicist business model for the 4th Industrial Revolution. It is driven by the need of developing adaptive organizations that requires a new management approach to transform businesses into adaptive entities increasing their growth capacity, profitability, adaptability and customer orientation. It requires the management of fundamentals to organize business processes.
It requires introducing upgrades in:
- Technologies to drive growth,
- Customer orientation to expand markets,
- Quality and productivity to maintain competitiveness,
- Adaptability to ensure sustainability
Digitalization is the core aspect of the new stage in industrialization, but it requires being integrated with conceptualization and personalization in order to develop expansive, profitable and sustainable organizations.
The concept of digitalization is self-evident and means managing the information of businesses in digital format to increase the efficiency of business processes.
But to digitalize in the sense of the adaptiveness of processes introduced by the 4IR it is necessary to have the concepts of the business functions that allow developing adaptive systems. Therefore, the conceptual design of the business processes is what makes digitalization possible by managing the root causes of business functions.
Object Driven Organization
The Unicist Research Institute is leading the trend of organizing by roles and objects emulating the organization of nature. This allows managing the adaptive aspects of economics and businesses simplifying processes and minimizing the entropy of the systems where roles and objects have been installed.
The Object Driven Organization is based on establishing the natural organization model that corresponds to a business. The organization by objects and roles allows organizing the business processes as a unified field to achieve the goals established by a strategy.
Some of the companies that use business objects are: Airbus, Amazon, Apple, BBC, Boeing, Dassault Systemes, Dupont, Ericsson, Facebook, General Electric, Google, Hilton, Honda, Hyundai, LinkedIn, Lufthansa, Mapfre, Mayo Clinic, Michelin, Novartis, Open Text, P&G, Pfizer, Siemens, Tata Motors, Toyota, Unilever, Walmart, Walt Disney World and Youtube.
The object driven organization is the adaptive model that allows transforming strategies into an object driven architecture. It is a natural organization for institutionalized businesses. Objects are adaptive systems that have a concept that defines their purposes, have a value generating function and a quality assurance system that makes them reliable.
R&D of Unicist Business Objects
Unicist business objects (UBO) are encapsulated adaptive systems that produce predefined results that can be inserted in work processes to increase productivity and quality and to save energy.
The Unicist Research Institute has developed Business Objects that allow emulating the organization of nature minimizing the energy consumed to generate value.
The Object Driven Organization emulates the organization of nature in institutions. The same way nature is organized by objects, every complex adaptive system is integrated by interdependent objects that make adaptiveness possible.
The human body is an example of this organization by objects. Because of their complexity, objects have, among other characteristics, open boundaries which imply that any “observer” is part of the system.
The use of business objects structures the timing and synchronicity of business processes.
It also provides the necessary acceleration to achieve the needed critical mass and the required speed to adapt to the environment.
Business Objects are adaptive systems that generate added value and save energy within the limits of their concept having a quality assurance system and a methodology to sustain alternative solutions.
The Unicist Objects provided are adapted to the business, the market and the scenario of a client and include patented and not patented processes.
Objects are productive adaptive units that have a concept, an added value, the necessary quality assurance and a methodology to ensure the minimum strategy. To imagine an object please consider an automatic pilot in an airplane. It can be considered a “paradigmatic” object.
From a functional point of view there are different types of objects:
- Driving Objects
To drive processes
- Catalyzing Objects
To accelerate processes
- Entropy Inhibiting Objects
To inhibit the entropy of business processes
- Inhibiting Objects
To inhibit dysfunctional events in a business
- Gravitational Objects
To influence the results of processes
Objects in Nature, Objects in OOP and Business Objects
This is a homology and comparison between: the characteristics of objects in nature, objects in OOP and business objects. It has to be considered that these three types of objects are homologous as objects but considering that they pertain to different environments:
- Objects in OOP: Systemic systems
- Unicist Business Objects: Adaptive systems
- Objects in nature: The ecosystem
Objects in OOP
In “object-oriented programming” objects are basically entities that are integrated with the associated processing routines.
The idea of an OOP Object is defined by:
- Identity: the property of an object that distinguishes it from other objects
- State: describes the attributes and the data stored in an object
- Behavior: describes the methods and functionality in an object’s interface by which the object can be used
Objects in Nature
The unicist ontogenetic map of a “biological entity” defines its structure and functionality in an environment.
- The genotype defines the genetic structure of the entity that rules its evolution and generates the phenotype of the being.
- The phenotype defines the morphologic, behavioral and materialistic characteristics of the entity.
- Functionality defines the effectiveness of the phenotype measured as the consequence of the adaptation of the biological entity to the environment.
The biological objects in nature are homologous with the unicist objects in the field of complex adaptive systems. The functionality of a unicist object depends on the accuracy of the definition of its concept, its value generation system and the quality assurance the object needs to have included.
Comparison of Unicist Objects with existing types of Objects 3.1
in Adaptive Environments
|Mindset to Apprehend Objects||Dualistic Logic, Class Logic, Propositional Logic||Integrative Logic, Fuzzy Logic, Predicate Logic||Integrative Logic, Fuzzy Logic, Predicate Logic|
|Purpose||Minimum Strategy||Maximal & Minimum Strategy||Maximal & Minimum Strategy|
|Example||Programming Objects||The Organs of the Human Body||Commercial Objects|
|Operation||Method||Adaptive Method||Adaptive Method|
|Activation||Message||Nervous System||Business Intelligence|
|Essential Characteristics||Model||Genotype||Ontogenetic Map|
|Design||Encapsulation||Phenotype||Unified Field Diagram|
|Influence||Functional||Critical Mass||Critical Mass|
|These objects define the basic structure of objects based on their final purpose.||
These objects are defined by their functionality within specific processes and their context.
|These objects define the behavior of people and their capacity to adapt to the environment.||These objects are designed to foster the acceptance of an idea in the mind of buyers.|
|These objects install a structured knowledge in the mind in order to establish a basic context.||These objects guide the actions of individuals in order to establish a functional pathway.|
|These objects sustain the perception and acceptance of an institution and its rules||
These objects allow sustaining strategic processes minimizing the energy consumed to achieve goals.
Cultural Roles /
Personal Roles /
|Cultural roles work as objects in|
their environment and increase the adaptiveness of cultures.
Personal roles are the objectification of their functionality in an environment.
|These objects allow transforming energy and generating added value|
in a predictable way.
These objects integrate other objects in order to make them work as a systemic process.
|These objects allow earning value|
for a system based on a human control of their procedures.
These objects define the knowledge that is stored in the mind, integrating their added value and foundations.
|These objects have been built to establish an object driven pathway|
that simplifies learning processes.
These objects allow building systemic objects by ensuring the quality of their processes.
Leadership Roles /
Negotiation Roles /
|These objects allow sustaining the power of leadership processes without extering it.||
These objects guide negotiation processes and minimize the energy consumed by the implicit conflicts.
These objects sustain image building and establish the stages of these processes.