OECD Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) (*)


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This year the “Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development” (OECD) will be developing the new research 2009 on the knowledge and skills of 15-year-olds, which will include the use of Internet.

We recommend you to consider this information to learn about the general level of the countries you work with. You can access the last report at:

http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/15/13/39725224.pdf

You will see the differences between emerging countries, developed countries and underdeveloped countries. It has to be considered that in every country there are emerging, developed and underdeveloped niches. The dominant ones define the general position of a country.

As a metaphor we say that developed countries have a speed of 55 mph, emerging countries exceed this speed (that is why they emerge), and underdeveloped countries are below this speed.

The Unicist Research Institute, as a center specialized in the research in complexity sciences, has to be an emerging organization. Therefore the Unicist Confederation is also an emerging organization that deals naturally with the emerging and the developed niches and individuals worldwide.

That is why we use ambiguous communication (Science/technology – results) to contact the market. Thus we can access both clients that are looking for managing a technology and clients that are just interested in results.

Unicist Learning fosters emergent and developed behaviors worldwide. You can go to the following link to get a free access to the e-book on Unicist Learning:
http://www.unicist.org/deb_ual.php

Free-speed highways are the natural environment of our complexity research activities. 32 years were needed at The Unicist Research Institute to finish the research on institutionalization. You are welcome to share the minimal speed of 55 mph.

Diana Belohlavek
Knowledge Bank Manager

(*) This post includes information on the nature of a specific issue. We recommend to file this post in a special folder as a cognitive object in order to be able to access it when it is needed (The Editor).

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