The Unicist approach to Knowledge Management is a concept that has been transformed into a technology that allowed constructing knowledge systems. It structures the information logically. This enables learning from experience and improving the operation permanently in organizations. The Unicist knowledge management produces economic benefits. That is why we only recommend the use of this technology in those cases in which the economic results are immediate and measurable.
The implementation process of unicist technologies is made by development groups integrated by members of the Unicist Confederation and of the clients. These development groups use a prototyper provided by The Unicist Research Institute. This process is managed by the Unicist Corporate University that assumes the responsibility of providing the unicist technologies to the participants, guides the development of the solution and ensures its functionality. If needed, the development of the solution can be outsourced to a Partner of the Unicist Confederation.
Fundamental analysis has been downgraded during the last 30 years. As there were no objective tools to approach it, it was considered as the “subjective” aspects of technical analysis. The discovery of the unicist ontology of evolution and the structure of the concept that regulate the evolution of living beings and their deeds, established the structure for fundamental analysis integrating it with technical analysis in order to develop reliable knowledge.
The objective of Knowledge Management is to enable the development of an information technology that:
Conceptual benchmarking is a solution to learn from other’s standards in order to avoid R&D costs. It requires accepting only those aspects where the concepts of the compared processes are homologous.
Conceptual benchmarking is required to avoid “reinventing the wheel”. It is extremely useful to develop strategies, business architectures, IT architectures and to diagnose complex problems.
The Ontogenetic Maps (OM) of businesses describe the unicist ontological structures of their functions. They allow defining the possibilities of businesses and the probability of success of their strategies.
The OMs define the essential drivers, catalysts and inhibitors, which define the natural actions of these functions. The complete set of OMs of a business, including its context, defines its DNA, which regulates its actions and evolution. This DNA describes businesses as unified fields. The knowledge of the ontogenetic maps allows dealing with businesses as adaptive systems and makes them reasonable, understandable and predictable.
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|Avoid Loss of Knowledge|
|Earn New Knowledge|
|Build Knowledge Objects|
|Experience Based Objects|
|Ontological Reverse Engineering|
The Unicist Research Institute has developed Business Objects that allow emulating the organization of nature minimizing the energy consumed to generate value.
Unicist Business Objects are encapsulated adaptive systems that produce predefined results that can be inserted in work processes to increase productivity and quality and to save energy.
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, SAP, Siemens, Tata Motors, Toyota, Unilever, Walmart, Walt Disney World and Youtube.
The concept of technologies as a service was developed to make unicist business technologies accessible to all companies, because there is no need to invest in technologies since they are paid by the results they produce. Unicist business technologies have been developed to deal with the concepts of businesses emulating the organization of nature. These technologies are based on the management of the fundamentals of business, integrating this knowledge with the technical-analytical knowledge to upgrade and optimize business processes. The unicist technologies were developed to manage the adaptive aspects of businesses where it is necessary to manage the fundamentals to produce results.
The Unicist Corporate University is organized to provide the necessary education to manage the unicist technologies as a service and to manage their implementation.
Technologies as a service uses the outsourcing of services, where the new technologies are applied, as the way to introduce the innovation. This outsourcing simplifies the introduction of the technologies and accelerates the speed of implementation. Any new technology implies a change of processes that requires a change of roles that drives towards a change of habits. This is a process that requires time. The outsourcing process is what gives the organization the necessary time to manage the change of habits.
Unicist Virtual Collaboration defines the framework of the program. It implies that virtual communication tools are being used to sustain the real solution building processes and the development of the micro-clinics. It is based on the use of the triadic approach to the nature of business processes that is based on the unicist ontologies that are provided by the UCU. This approach simplifies the processes using destructive pilot tests that sustain on the one hand the learning processes and, on the other hand, ensure the functionality of the solutions. This technology was developed at TURI to deal with development of solutions in adaptive environments.
If you are interested in learning more, you can become a visitor of the Unicist School and download a consultation book on any of the main unicist technologies, that allows you to develop a pilot test of their application. The Unicist School, based on the unicist paradigm shift, promotes structural solutions to deal with the evolution of adaptive environments.
Fundamental Analysis is the approach that defines the limits of the possibilities of the evolution of a given reality. Fundamentals define the boundaries implicit in the functionality of that given reality.
Although adaptive systems and complex systems have open boundaries, they can only be managed when limits have been defined.
Defining limits based on the fundamentals of a given reality implies dealing with its nature and accepting its evolution laws. In the short or the long run, the evolution of a given reality will drive towards its nature.
Fundamental analysis provides the tools to describe the nature of a reality to forecast its evolution. Evolution can be inhibited and catalyzed by human actions; but it cannot be changed.
While the minimum strategy is given by technical analysis to provide the necessary cause-effect knowledge, the maximal strategy to influence the environment is given by the knowledge of the fundamentals.
Technical analysis deals with the cause-effect relation between “variables” that have been identified by making a systemic compromise.
To be able to manage a reality in everyday actions it is necessary to define it with systemic tools.
Systemic tools are based on cause-effect relations and therefore the result of transforming a complex reality into a simple system downgrades the possibilities of success. In technical analysis success becomes probabilistic.
While fundamental analysis defines the possibilities (0 or 1), technical analysis defines the probabilities (from 0 to 1).
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