In-House Universities

The Unicist In-House Universities manage a functionalist approach to business. They develop solutions to real business problems and generate a positive cash flow for the companies where they are installed.

Generating Value & Additional Cash-flow

The In-house programs provide a functionalist approach to business problems that includes technologies for:
1) Business process improvement
2) Problem solving and root cause management
3) Innovation and change management
4) Unicist functional design

Graduate Education Programs

Teaching Hospital

Teaching Hospitals in Business

The learning of technologies, methodologies or methods that deal with adaptive processes requires making multiple applications. This process is homologous to the process of medical residencies. Access

Unicist Evolutionary Approach

The Unicist Evolutionary Approach (UEA) provides a complete set of technologies to manage businesses as adaptive systems. These technologies are applied using Unicist Functional Designers. Access

Unicist Evolutionary Approach
Solution Building

Unicist Functional Design

The use of Unicist Functional Designers simplifies the development of solutions in adaptive business environments. It is based on a strategic approach that includes the use of binary actions. Access

Root Cause Management

The UEA is based on the management of the root causes of business functions and processes. To ensure their results, it requires managing both the know-how and the know-why of their functionality. Access

Root Cause Management
Binary Actions

Binary Actions Building

Binary action are used by dolphins and other animals in nature. Their synchronized use includes the use of catalysts and drivers to ensure the generation of results in adaptive environments. Access

Development of Real Solutions

The Unicist Reflection driven Education is driven by a strategic approach to business using a unicist action-reflection-action process based on the development of the pilot tests of real applications. Access

Characteristics In-House Universities
Creative Commons
Creative Commons