Unicist Business Objects Driven Organization

Using Binary Actions to ensure Results

Emulating the Organization of Nature in the 4IR using Cobots

The unicist functionalist approach applied to organizational processes allowed organizing businesses by roles and objects, which increases notoriously their adaptability while diminishing their costs. The technologies introduced by the 4th industrial revolution made this new stage possible and necessary to increase adaptability, customer orientation and profitability.

Functional Design + Binary Actions

The unicist functionalist approach to business is based on the use of functional design to manage the functionality of business processes including the development of binary actions. Binary actions are two synchronized actions, sustained by business objects, that aim at the same purpose to ensure the achievement of results.

Value Proposition

Unicist Functionalist Approach

Using Unicist Functional Design: by managing fundamentals to expand the possibilities for building value adding business solutions

Process Improvement using Functional Designers: by using Cobots and simplifying the generation of value and minimization of costs

Unicist Business Process Designer
Client Centered Process Designer

Unicist Object Driven Organization which is client oriented and organized by roles & objects sustained by Cobots

Using Intelligent Management Systems as Cobots: to simplify work processes and projects using fundamentals-based AI

Unicist Intelligent System Designer
Unicist Project Designer

Install Unicist Project Management: by opening possibilities and ensuring results using plan A, B, C and D methodologies

Using Unicist Knowledge Management in Cobots: by integrating knowledge bases with work processes to increase productivity and quality

Unicist Knowledge Management Designer
Talent Development

Install Unicist Talent Development: to introduce the conceptual mind-set required by the 4th Industrial Revolution

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