In-Company Corporate University

The Unicist Corporate University provides a platform that works as a teaching hospital in the field of business. Participants use the unicist logical approach, conceptual tools and business objects to solve problems in a company. It is installed as a business unit and is financed by the results it produces. This platform includes virtual live learning programs, conceptual tools, a counseling system and a conceptual knowledge library. The "teaching hospitals" have been designed for managers and high potential individuals who can deal with conceptual solutions for businesses.

Conceptual Management

Conceptual management is based on managing the fundamentals of the business functions and their integration with the technical knowledge in order to develop diagnoses, strategies and business architectures.

Reflection Driven Education

The unicist educational model follows the unicist ontology of learning and is focused on managing the concepts of businesses using an action-reflection-action learning model.

Brief on In-Company Corporate Universities

This Corporate University provides a platform that works as a teaching hospital managing conceptual tools and business objects to solve problems in a company.

About Teaching Hospitals in Business

Teaching Hospitals in Business are an educational model to manage the adaptive aspects of businesses using unicist logic based and object driven technologies.

The Unicist Reflection driven Education

Teaching Hospitals in Business require the use of unicist reflection to learn the unicist logical approach to solve complex business problems by managing concepts.

Learning Objects for Superior Education

They install adaptive knowledge objects in the mind of the learner, which implies the accommodation process to accept new aspects that were not managed before.

About Unicist Conceptual Benchmarking

It is based on using information to recreate a functional solution. It requires apprehending the concepts of what has been done in order to recreate it.

10-Year Scenario on Superior Education

Adaptiveness is the Next Step. Superior education has to move from the “know how” approach to the inclusion of the “know why” as a driver of learning.

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Unicist Reflection
driven Education

The 4th Industrial Revolution introduced adaptiveness in the industrial and business world. It requires using a reflection driven learning approach to apprehend and manage the dynamics and evolution of adaptive business processes.

Unicist Teaching Hospitals in Business were developed to learn to manage adaptive environments by solving problems accessing their root causes, triggering causes and limit causes.

They are based on the use of the unicist reflection driven education to apprehend the root causes through an action-reflection-action process.

Unicist Reflection Driven Education allows emulating the adaptive aspects of reality where the results can be measured. This approach requires a previous knowledge of the operational aspects of the specific action field.

The discovery of the roots of the intelligence, ontointelligence, and its functionality allowed developing a personalized learning methodology to empower the use of intelligence. It is based on the Reflection Driven Education model that follows the pathways individuals use to manage strategic intelligence and the logical type of thought to generate value in the environment.

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