Unicist Business Strategy

Unicist Strategy is one of the pillars of the Unicist Conceptual Management Model. The unicist strategy is a conscious planning process to achieve possible goals developing maximal strategies to expand one’s boundaries and minimum strategies to ensure profits. It integrates expansive and defensive strategies as a unit. The Unicist Strategy is an emulation of the evolution of nature in order to develop strategies in adaptive environments.

The unicist double dialectical approach allows defining interdependent strategies that permit achieving the goal of growing in adaptive environments. It enables the development of stable actions to expand in the environment.

The double dialectical approach in strategy building includes the development of diagnoses to define what is possible to be achieved in order to build the consequent strategies.

The dualistic approach necessarily over-simplifies the strategy building process promoting independent actions to expand and to survive.

The dualistic approach tends towards the development of hypothetical strategies in which survival strategies will necessarily prevail.

Benefits of the Unicist Strategy

The Unicist Strategy is an emulation of the evolution of nature. The use of Unicist Strategy increases + 40% the speed of growth of businesses. It applies to profit, non-profit, family and entrepreneurial businesses.

Unicist Strategy is implicit in the triadic structure of the intelligence that underlies nature. It is based on the coexistence of a maximal strategy and a minimum strategy which are “contradictory” at an operational level but need to be integrated in order to generate growth and ensure profits simultaneously.

It can be used for business growth, market growth, organizational strategies, development of situation rooms or for profit-improvement strategies.

Specific Strategy Building

Specific strategies are based on the input provided by the wide context scenarios and the restricted context scenarios. These scenarios have to provide the information of the gravitational forces that influence the specific activity, the possibilities for developing them, the catalyst that may exist and the inhibitors that need to be avoided or accepted as limits for the strategy building.

This research was led by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute.

As stated in this research, an organization or individual is equilibrated when maximal strategies are being developed while minimum strategies are built to ensure the survival.

Maximal strategies are designed to expand the boundaries of an individual or organization, while minimum strategies happen within the boundaries of an organization.

That is why maximal strategies require dealing with uncertainty and risks and only a conscious knowledge of the unified field that integrates the wide and restricted contexts, the strategy and the architecture of the solution allows managing it.

To deal with maximal strategies it is necessary to have a high level of consciousness that allows dealing with backward-chaining thinking that allows envisioning the solution.

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Backward-chaining thinking implies approaching a strategy with a hypothetical solution and beginning a falsification and validation process that allows building a final solution.

Minimum strategies are those that happen within the known boundaries of an individual’s or organization’s activity working in a context of certainty.

Therefore, in these types of strategies, only a medium level of consciousness is required. Minimum strategies are based on forward-chaining thinking that allows working step by step based on the known methods of a known field.


Maximal strategies are based on adding value to the environment while winning in the specific environment they work in and are sustained by the power they have to influence the context.

Maximal strategies define two positions in the environment:

1. On the one hand, maximal strategies are natural to leaders that exert a dominant position in the environment.
2. On the other hand, they are natural to influential individuals or organizations.

Minimum strategies are based on developing win-win strategies and paying the prices necessary to ensure results.