Peter Belohlavek’s lecture on Institutionalization


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The lecture on institutionalization will be opening a new way to think and design businesses based on their nature using the unicist standard.

We are sure that institutionalization is the new model that will rule the macro and micro economy in the next decades. In the Research on Institutionalization three ways of economic institutionalization have been found:

1) Economic institutionalization as an entropy inhibitor
2) Economic institutionalization as a catalyst
3) Economic institutionalization as a system to control the economy or activity

The crisis 2008 gave an opportunity to use institutionalization as a catalyst for growth. Now it became clear that institutionalization works both as a catalyst and as an entropy inhibitor.

In the private area the first use of institutionalization as a tool to produce or catalyze growth took place in 1981 using a Corporate University activity to introduce transcendent goals in a financial business. It was extremely successful both in terms of measured qualitative and quantitative results.

The first use of institutionalization in the public sector was the development of a political strategy and its implementation in 1987. It was also the final test of the application of the unicist theory of social evolution.

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