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Nokia: Mastering the Paradox of Communication Devices

Mobile communication devices changed the world. Nokia can be considered a benchmark to learn how to satisfy customers and at the same time avoid changing habits in order to ensure the expansion of the markets.

The paradox of communication devices is that they represent a solution for those who need the device to communicate with the rest of the world and for those who live in solitude and use the communication device to avoid feeling lonely.

If you have not watched the video on the presentation of Nokia, we recommend watching it from here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySoUGLCYnJc

If you observe a yacht-port you will see that most of the boats are rarely used by their owners. There is no doubt that most of them would have a better financial solution if they rented a yacht when they want to navigate instead of owning one. But the yacht represents their freedom fantasy. That is what they bought and have.

The same thing happens with the mobile communication devices that allow accessing whatever you imagine and dialoguing with whoever you want, even though the majority uses them to “monologue” with their acquaintances. But the multiple alternatives they offer provide an almost endless scope of communication possibilities.

Nokia is a world leader in mobile communication devices having demonstrated how to access the micro-segments of the communication market in a way that can be emulated.

The question is understanding one’s market without making value judgments of what should or could be done with a product, just following the real actions and fantasies of the consumer in a value adding way. Providing possibilities is as important as providing functionalities.

If you go deeper into the product development of Nokia and the Unicist micro-segmentation model you will be able to profit from their experience.

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Think Green: Save Energy using Object Driven Marketing

The Unicist Standard is based on the use of objects to guide the marketing processes. This saves an enormous amount of energy.

The Object Driven Marketing technologies allow reducing the costs of marketing based on the design of the objects that participate in the process.

Thinking Green implies making things simple. It requires beginning to market with those who buy and then, like peeling an onion, access the adjacent segments until the full reach of the products possibilities has been achieved.

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Learning from Procter & Gamble using the Unicist Standard

The notorious capacity of Procter & Gamble is given by the way it manages the social insertion of innovations.

We recommend watching the following two short presentations of Procter & Gamble at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycMXZDybhlw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x93YopVXJSM

Innovation is the basis for economic growth.  Essentially, countries, cultures, institutions, and individuals grow only in the fields where they are open to innovations.

The purpose of innovation is to overcome scarcity. That is why only people or cultures that have the will, find the way to overcome scarcity.  This is the cultural context that fosters innovation.

The driver of innovation is human creation. The word creation is used in the sense of recreation. Humans create based on the existing energy.

The maximal strategy of innovations drives towards the solution of a scarcity. Therefore innovative organizations have the perception that they add value to the environment. But this is only true if the minimum strategy is also fulfilled.

The minimum strategy implies inserting the innovations into the social capital of the environment. Social capital is defined by the strength of the bonds that integrate the members of a community.

Commercial innovations need to be only one step ahead of the habits of the environment. If they are more than one step ahead they fail, unless there is an extreme need and they are, implicitly, a “back to basics”.

In this field Procter & Gamble is a notorious benchmark.

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Diana Belohlavek
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Unicist Microsegmentation: Alliances with Corporations

The Unicist Microsegmentation allows the development of market growth based on expanding the boundaries of markets by accessing new niches. To define a new niche it is necessary to access the depth of its behavior. The model works with 4,096 potential microsegments.

Unicist ontological market segmentation is the integration of the drivers that influence buyers or consumers when deciding what to buy, or what to do.

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The unicist market segmentation is an ontological meta-model that allows the understanding of functionality in market strategies. It fosters the use of global strategies but local applications through the understanding of the nature of a market or culture.

The unicist market segmentation includes:

1) Conceptual Segmentation

2) Functional Segmentation

3) Psychological Segmentation

4) Lifestyle Segmentation

The integration of these four segmentations defines the unicist ontological market segmentation. It permits the development of accurate market segmentations that ensure marketing results.

The Unicist Microsegmentation is necessary to enter niches that are beyond the existing markets.

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Martin Alvaro
Marketing Manager

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The Unicist Fundamentals of Mozilla

A navigator is the person on board of a ship or aircraft responsible for its navigation. The navigator is not the captain, but provides the information to the captain in order to make adequate decisions. Therefore, the navigator’s primary responsibility is to be aware of the ship or aircraft’s position at all times.

A Navigator on the Internet is an object that substitutes the individual that navigates a ship or airplane to position the user in the World Wide Web.

In business there are many activities that are homologous to navigators:

-Market Research
-Strategic Positioning
-Diagnosing
-Scenario Building
-Information Technology, etc.

In order to benchmark Mozilla’s experience we would consider that it is a way to navigate the Internet providing alternatives to the “captain” in order to use the platform as a tool to develop the activity s/he has planned.

The Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) is simpler. It provides basically a rigid navigation platform to ensure that individuals can access information. IE doesn’t pretend to be an adaptive platform. It pretends to be a simple access to the Internet. Thus it is the natural navigator for individuals who just use Internet as an access to information.

The more participative the design of the navigators, the more flexible they can work. The more flexible they are, the higher the level of the “persons” to deal with them.

Mozilla is an example that can only be benchmarked if it is experienced in real use, as well as its comparison with the Internet Explorer Concept.

This benchmark will help you design adaptive systems. The Unicist Standard allows developing flexible designs with quality assurance.

We recommend listening to John Lilly’s lecture, CEO of Mozilla.  You will access the core fundamental of Mozilla’s success.

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Diego Belohlavek
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Benchmarking Mozilla: grasping unicist fundamentals

Listening to the lecture of  John Lilly, CEO of Mozilla, you will access the core fundamental of Mozilla’s success.

It will drive you to a different world.

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In two weeks you will find the answer on this blog.

Suggestion: Reflect on it. The answer is between the lines.

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Diego Belohlavek
Expert System Manager

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Advertising: How to produce impact when selling an idea

While the idea, product or service satisfies the customer’s needs, the impact is what endows the advertising with sense.

To achieve the impact is to “invade” the individual’s mind with a message that is aesthetic, pursuant the benefits obtained, credible and which generates a new idea (associated with the pre-existing ones).

Impact, indeed, is to bring about a new conscious idea in the individual, for which it is necessary to show the aesthetics of benefits, uphold the new idea with a believable message and “invade” the buyer’s mind with the new idea that gives him/her the added value s/he is looking for.

This conjunction of elements produces the impact of arousing the individual’s interest. There is no possibility of achieving an adequate advertising goal if all the elements are not conjugated in the individual’s mind and his/her interest is not aroused.

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Diana Belohlavek
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Presentation of the Unicist Standard for Market Development

The Unicist Standard for Market Development began with the definition of the conceptual market strategies to influence the markets. It uses the Unicist Ontological Market Segmentation and the Unicist Marketing Mix to emulate the structure of nature.

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The unicist ontology of Innovation Blindness in Marketing: The growth killer

The development of unicist technologies and their implementation processes required the research of innovation blindness to develop strategies to avoid it.

Change blindness is a well known and experimented subject. The research was developed by different educational institutions: http://viscog.beckman.uiuc.edu/change/people.shtml

Innovation blindness is an unconscious response of individuals who do not perceive the proposed change, when the conditions to make use of it are not given.

The avoidance of energy consumption to introduce a new task in an individual’s brain is the functionality of innovation blindness.

Causes of innovation blindness

There are social and individual causes.

Social causes

1) When there are utopias implicit in the innovations that are out of reach for a group or society.
2) When the innovation does not respects the myths of a culture.
3) When the innovation disrespects the taboos of a culture.
4) When the innovation modifies the ethics of a culture.

Individual causes

1) When it modifies an individual’s habits.
2) When it modifies the ethics of an individual.
3) When the “functional recreation” by a user requires a level of knowledge the individual doesn’t have.
4) When the ego or the “business” of an individual is affected.
5) When an increase of responsibility of the user is required and s/he has no need to assume it.
6) When an increase of internal freedom of the individual is required.
7) When it stimulates guild or fear of the user.

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