The Unicist Approach, which deals with the unified field of IT Architecture and Business Processes and their conceptual structures, allowed managing the dynamics and evolution of businesses. The UCU transfers the technology to manage the conceptual structures of IT Architecture and Business Processes to define what is possible to be achieved and to make it happen. The unicist approach integrates the technical-analytical aspects after the unified field of the processes, roles and business objects have been defined using the unicist technologies.
The Unicist Logical Tools are based on a triadic approach that allows dealing with the dynamic of the business functions that allows building structural solutions and makes the management of adaptive systems possible. There are different types of tools to develop strategies. The available tools are:
The program is driven by the solutions the participants develop. These solutions are supported by the counseling and the coaching systems. They provide the necessary feedback that ensures the management of the unicist approach. The unicist educational model is based on the development of solutions that include maximal and minimum strategic actions to ensure results in adaptive environments. The solutions are developed integrating IT and business architecture in any of the following application fields:
The Unicist Micro-clinics deal with universal aspects in order to allow participants to build a bridge between their personal experience and the business problems. Each micro-clinic is developed during a month in a two-session activity in order to allow the participants to study the information on a specific field of action. These micro-clinics provide the necessary information and experience in order to manage double dialectical strategies and actions. These technologies cover the following fields:
This program is developed in an environment of virtual collaboration. 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. It simplifies the processes through the use of destructive pilot tests that sustain on the one hand the learning processes while it ensures the functionality of the solutions. This technology was developed at TURI to deal with development of solutions in adaptive environments.
The first revolution in information technology was introduced by Object Oriented Programming, beginning with Simula, created by Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard of the Norwegian Computing Center in Oslo, that allowed introducing the emulation of nature in software development. Programming objects are an emulation of objects in nature.
The second revolution in information technology was given by the unicist approach, developed by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute. It was based on the conceptual design of the unified field of systems that allowed emulating nature by introducing business objects that integrate IT Architecture with Business Architecture. The algorithm of the unicist logical approach is an emulation of the intelligence that underlies nature and is based on the discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature, including its maximal strategy that drives growth and its minimum strategy that ensures permanence.
It works as a Solution Factory based on virtual collaboration, that provides the access to the unicist approach in the micro-clinics while the learning process is sustained by the real solution building. It has:
The unicist approach to IT architecture is paradigm shift that integrated IT architecture with business architecture transforming organizations into mega-systems. The unicist approach is based on a triadic framework to reality that went beyond the preexisting dualistic framework to define what is possible to be achieved and how to make it happen.
On the one hand, this implies managing the unified field of the business processes, including roles and objects, and the restricted and wide context that influence the business. On the other hand, it is based on developing the necessary automation processes to maximize effectiveness through the optimization of the efficacy of the participants of the organization and the efficiency of its systems.
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