Benefits of the use of a Unicist In-Company University:
A Unicist In-company University works as a Teaching Hospital in Business that deals with urgent problems to develop structural solutions while the participants learn to develop such solutions.
This in-company university uses the Unicist Conceptual Management approach that includes the finding of the root causes of the problems, defining the necessary strategies for the structural solutions, making the conceptual design of the solutions and developing the action plans and pilot tests to ensure results.
The activities of these Universities might include the development of solutions for the organizing companies, their clients, providers, distributors or associates.
The main possible applications deal with the development of process improvement, the acquisition of new knowledge and the development of business objects. The integration of external participants allows the building of commercial leads and relationships.
Corporate Universities are organized by specialized Unicist Business Residencies that are analogous to Medical Residencies in Teaching Hospitals; they work on the real problems participants need to solve.
Programs give access to professionals, pertaining to these organizations, to the Unicist AI Monitors to diagnose, project scenarios, build strategies, design business processes and solve business problems.
The participants of this program have access to the use of a Unicist AI Monitor to develop strategies applied to the real case they are solving. Unicist Artificial Intelligence emulates the human reflection process to apprehend the concepts of business functions.
The Unicist Artificial Intelligence Monitor is an intelligent interface that allows developing strategies in adaptive environments. Its intelligence allows emulating solutions based on the conceptual structure of business functions using the rules of the unicist logic.
The Unicist AI Monitor allows developing solutions and learning from the pilot tests of their implementation until their functionality has been confirmed.
The fact that unicist concepts and fundamentals define root causes, was confirmed after more than 20 years of research and application in the social, institutional and individual fields. Its predecessor was Dr. Ishikawa with the root cause diagram that manages fundamentals to deal with root causes in the industrial field. The Unicist Approach has an extreme added value in its application to businesses. It allows managing root causes to develop structural solutions based on the concepts that underlie business functions.
Unicist Conceptual Management is the synthesis of the nature of business management. To manage a business, it is necessary to have the future scenario that allows designing a strategy, know the root causes of problems and the root drivers of business processes, develop the conceptual design to define these processes and develop the maximal and minimum strategy actions to ensure results.
The unicist conceptual design is used to ensure results in adaptive environments by managing the fundamentals of the solutions, defining the necessary functions that are integrated as a unified field, and ending with the definition of a dynamic process architecture. It includes the design of the roles that participate and the different types of business objects that are used to achieve the necessary results. The conceptual design ensures the functionality of a solution.
This program provides an access to Unicist Strategy building technologies to diagnose, build strategies and design business architectures based on the unified field of the business functions and its context.
The paradigm shift introduced by unicist technologies allows participants to use the Unicist Conceptual Management approach to develop strategies.
This approach requires developing both maximal strategies to foster growth and minimum strategies to generate profits and implementing the necessary action plans to achieve the results.
The unicist conceptual approach to education is focused on learning while individuals solve real complex problems that require having apprehended their conceptual structure.
The unicist reflection driven education enhances the strategic approach of the participants through their exposure to maximal and minimum strategy building, root cause management of business problems, the development of destructive and non-destructive pilot tests and the learning of the management of fundamentals.
The residencies are coordinated by a Chief Resident, an Ombudsman and a Fallacy Shooter. This roles are generically named counselors.
The counselors who coordinate the activities of the "teaching hospitals" are members of the organization in which the "in-company university" is installed. The quality assurance of the use of the technology is provided by the Unicist Corporate University. If necessary, there is a possibility of outsourcing some of the counseling activities.
The learning of this approach requires an ACTION-REFLECTION-ACTION process driven by Pilot Tests in which the apprehension of business concepts occurs while actual results are being produced.
The Unicist Corporate Universities organize a functional learning environment that exists based on the need of a specific knowledge to do something. It uses a learning objects driven educational approach to superior education.
The purpose of a learning object is to install an adaptive knowledge object in the mind of the learner. This implies that the learning objects drive the accommodation process to accept new aspects that were not managed before and integrate these new aspects in mind through an assimilation process, which requires storing this integration in the long-term memory of individuals.
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. The Corporate University 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.
There are two different approaches to develop solutions:
1) For systemic solutions
2) For complex solutions
The unicist technology for continuous improvement is based on upgrading processes driven by the improvement of the objects included in such processes. This is a participative approach that begins with a diagnosis and a change strategy and ends with implemented improvements.
The main applications of Unicist Continuous Improvement deal with: the design of continuous improvement systems, the design of innovation management strategies, the design of change management strategies, the design of people management systems, among others.
The Unicist Teaching Hospitals in business have been designed to provide conceptual knowledge objects and logical tools to improve adaptive business processes.
The improvement processes are managed by Avant Garde Groups (“A” Groups) that improve work processes and propose the operating rules functional to each business.
This technology was created to design process improvements and/or implement organizational changes. They need to manage changes without changing the concepts of the business. Their role is to propose and implement process improvements that increase productivity and save energy.
The unicist approach manages problems based on their nature. That is why unicist technologies are ontology based. Therefore, unicist diagnostics are far more secure and operational.
A Unicist K-Group is a group of people who develops innovative solutions to upgrade the functionality of a complex adaptive environment in a solution thinking environment.
The driver of a Unicist K-Group is given by a need to upgrade the functionality of a complex adaptive environment. It might be a natural entity or a human complex adaptive system. The need drives the building of a K-Group, which requires:
Unicist Contingency Rooms are organizational units that transform urgent problems into structural solutions. The main applications of the Unicist Contingency Rooms deal with the improvement of: servicing processes, business processes, commercial processes, industrial processes and administrative processes, among others.
These units are basically organized as teams led by a person who is responsible for the Contingency Room.
When they begin their teamwork, the leadership includes the participation of a coordinator, who assumes the responsibility for doing what is needed to find the solutions for the problem that needs to be solved, an ombudsman to represent the needs of the client and a fallacy-shooter who ensures that the group manages valid knowledge.
Unicist Virtual Collaboration defines the framework of the programs. It implies that virtual communication tools are being used to sustain the real solution building processes and the development of the micro-clinics. It is based on the use of the triadic approach to the nature of business processes that is based on the unicist ontologies that are provided by the UCU. This approach simplifies the processes using destructive pilot tests that sustain on the one hand the learning processes and, on the other hand, ensure the functionality of the solutions. This technology was developed at TURI to deal with development of solutions in adaptive environments.
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