The WCU in the 4th Industrial Revolution

The Weston Group has decided to begin the entrance in the new stage introduced by the 4th Industrial Revolution, by introducing adaptive systems in organization. The goal is to be fully centered in this new stage until 2023.

To do so it has opened the Weston Corporate University to provide unicist strategic approaches to businesses based on managing the concepts of adaptive business functions. This introduces the “Industry 4.0” concept in businesses.

The Weston Corporate University (WCU) is a spin-off of the Unicist Corporate University that provides unicist strategic approaches to manage adaptive business processes.

The WCU is an academic arm of The Unicist Research Institute that is a world leading research organization specialized in complexity sciences that developed the unicist strategic approach to deal with adaptive environments.


Governance:


President: Wes Spears

Dean: Diana Belohlavek

Director: Diego Belohlavek



Unicist Business Strategy Center:


Address: 10101 Southwest Freeway, Suite 500 Houston, TX 77074

Phone: +1-713-797-0068

Int'l Phone: +1-315-636-0086

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