Emulating Nature

Integrating the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Industrial Revolution

The Unicist School works as an influential group to foster the emulation of nature, integrating the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Industrial Revolution by managing the root causes of things to develop structural solutions in the social, economic and business fields. At an individual level, it is a school of thought that fosters the management of the root causes of what one is doing.

Making possible what was not possible before

There are breakthroughs in sciences and technologies that establish new stages in their field of influence. The gunpowder, the Internet, the telephone, the television, the computer, etc. are examples of breakthroughs that triggered new stages.

This is also the case of the Unicist Theory, which is a paradigm shift in sciences, that is based on the discovery and emulation of the intelligence that underlies nature. This theory allowed finding the concepts that made possible the management of adaptive environments by knowing the root-causes of their functionality.

Therefore, the Unicist School fosters the dissemination of Root-Cause Management in the world, introducing an approach to develop structural solutions in adaptive environments.

The Functionality of Concepts - The Unicist SchoolConcepts drive Human Actions

The fact that concepts drive human actions and define the root-causes of things drove to the development of Unicist Root-Cause Management that sustains the unicist approach. This development drove personal and professional management towards a superior level of possibilities.

But the development of projects, systems or solutions in adaptive environments requires managing the concepts and fundamentals involved to ensure results. In this sense, conceptual design ensures the functionality of the solutions.

We invite you to take part in the Unicist School and participate in this new stage that requires going beyond the traditional solutions.


Managing Causality

From Aristotle, Kant, Hegel, Russell and others, in the philosophical field, to the empirical approach of Dr. Ishikawa in the industrial field, the problem of causality was faced trying to find the validity of the causality of things, on the one hand, and introducing the fundamentals of processes, on the other hand.

To deal with causality, Unicist Root-Cause Management introduced an approach to develop structural solutions for problems in adaptive environments. This approach uses the concepts and fundamentals that underlie problems to find solutions that integrate these problems with their restricted and wide contexts.

The Functionality of Root-Causes - The Unicist School

Root-Cause Management to Develop Structural Solutions

The Unicist School fosters the management of root-causes to develop structural solutions for growth.

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.

Palliatives versus Structural Solutions

The use of recurring palliatives in problem solving, when the root-causes of problems are unknown, demonstrated to be a fallacious short-cut that is frequently used for conjunctural solution building and produces paradoxical results.

On the other hand, Unicist Root-Cause Management introduced an approach to the unified field of problems, facing the management of root-causes, and avoiding the use of palliatives used as short-cuts, to develop structural solutions. 

(*) People are young when their future projects prevail over their past experiences. Those who have no future projects are old, whatever their chronological age is.

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