Unicist concepts and fundamentals define the root-causes of problems and are the root-drivers of solutions. They allow defining what is possible to be achieved and developing the maximal and minimum strategic actions and business objects to make it happen.
The Unicist School is a school of thought that fosters the management of the concepts of what is being done. It has more than 90,000 followers in 56 countries and is a participation and collaboration space for members of the global community.
As people’s actions are driven by the concepts they have, the conceptual approach becomes necessary when the results of actions need to be ensured. The unicist conceptual approach defines the fundamentals that are necessary to diagnose, develop strategies and build architectures in adaptive environments.
On the other hand, the development of projects, systems or solutions in adaptive environments requires managing the concepts and fundamentals involved in order to ensure the results to be obtained. The conceptual design ensures the functionality of the solutions.
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Complexity has been an unsolved challenge for sciences. This challenge was faced at The Unicist Research Institute and was led by Peter Belohlavek. Since 1976, TURI has been a pioneering organization in the research and development of solutions for complexity based on the Unicist Theory.
The discovery of the structure of the intelligence that regulates nature and its functionality, demonstrated that all living beings evolve driven by a maximal strategy to grow and a minimum strategy to survive, which are included in their genetic intelligence.
This allowed emulating nature and developing the double dialectical logic, double dialectical strategies and double dialectical actions to understand, influence and ensure results in adaptive environments.
The paradigm shift in science introduced by the Unicist Theory was based on the emulation of the triadic structure of nature, going beyond dualistic empiricism, to solve the need of having reliable knowledge to deal with nature and with complex adaptive systems.
The activities of the Unicist School are focused on three different goals:
1. Provide an access to the main unicist discoveries and developments to the followers of the School.
2. Develop activities with the active participants of the school who are users of the unicist technologies and with professionals who participate in the business organized by the Unicist Confederation.
3. Organize events with the members of the School.
The school organizes the Unicist Conferences that include an awards ceremony which honors the achievements in the field of business objects development that emulate the organization of nature.
Categories of the awards:
The International Unicist Conferences are a virtual space where the Unicist Theory and its applications to deal with the nature of businesses are shared with the community.
All Conferences include a call for essays that includes the invitation to the more than 90,000 followers of the Unicist School. These essays can be presented in English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish. Those that are selected will be published in a book in their original language.
The Unicist School is an unincorporated non-profit association founded by Peter Belohlavek integrated by users of the unicist approach to strategy. This approach is based on the emulation of nature using the unicist double dialectical strategy and actions that allow ensuring results in complex adaptive environments.
As it is known, the management of complexity has been an unsolved challenge for sciences and was managed based on the use of palliatives. This challenge was faced since 1976 at The Unicist Research Institute. TURI has been a pioneering organization in the development of functional solutions for complex adaptive systems based on a unicist ontological approach based on the Unicist Theory.
The Unicist Ontology of Evolution provided the technology to develop future scenarios based on the concepts and fundamentals of the environment which establish the starting point for the unicist strategic approach.
The unicist school of thought, focused on fostering the solutions for complex adaptive environments, is based on the multiple applications of the Unicist Theory, emulating the organization of nature, and has now more than 90,000 followers in the world.
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