Managing the functionality of things requires using a causal approach going beyond mere operationality. Reflection-driven education is the necessary approach to this problem. Unicist reflection-driven learning is a model where learning is driven by the student, with traditional teaching processes being replaced by counseling processes. The post Unicist Reflection Driven Learning is the Next Stage […]
Unicist Cobots are collaborative business robots that support and enhance human activities in organizations. They are designed to manage the functionality of business processes and simplify operations. Unicist Cobots are based on the unicist functionalist principle, which focuses on understanding and managing the underlying functionality of processes. These Cobots are made possible by the development […]
Unicist N groups develop consensus-building activities that aim to initiate a partial or structural change in the functionality of an organization or to start a new stage in an evolution cycle. Operational changes do not require using this technique. The post Unicist N Groups: Unicist Nemawashi Groups Prepare for Structural Changes in Process Functionality appeared […]
The Unicist functionality of featured stories on Instagram is to “seduce” the visitor, making the content of the page desirable. They should allow visitors to experience pleasurable anticipation of the content, which, in environments of instinctive needs, increases saliva secretion and causes pupil dilation. The post The Unicist Functionality of Featured Stories on Institutional Pages […]
Unicist strategy is necessary to manage adaptive functions, which requires having the knowledge of the future scenario and the knowledge of the functionalist principles of the business functions. The post Unicist Strategy: A Functionalist Approach to Enhance Value Generation in Business appeared first on Unicist Business Strategy.
The initial distinction to be made is between developed and developing countries. The fundamental difference is rooted in their archetypes and is evident in their economic structures: developed countries exhibit a higher level of energy efficiency than developing countries. The post The Gap between Developed and Developing Countries appeared first on Unicist Future Research Laboratory.
The empirical approach involves understanding operations accessible through sensory experience. The causal approach, on the other hand, employs an empirical method to grasp the realm, a causal method to discover the functionality, and a conceptual approach to develop the binary actions that facilitate functionality. The post The Causal Approach represents the next stage of the […]