Welcome to the Collaboration Center of The Unicist Research Institute. We invite you to consider adopting a causal approach to business for managing growth and enhancing efficiency. It represents the next stage in management, beyond empiricism, and was introduced by the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The causal approach is necessary to ensure the results of adaptive business functions that are feedback-dependent and have open boundaries, and to develop automation processes.
Developing a causal approach involves using unicist conceptual design to define the functionalist principles and unicist binary actions necessary to achieve results. Additionally, it employs functionalist design to define operational processes.
The causal approach to the real world, based on the unicist functionalist approach to science, was developed by Peter Belohlavek. It has become universally necessary due to automation and AI.
A causal approach is essential when dealing with adaptive business functions such as product design, strategy, marketing, organizational processes, and automation design.
It also represents the next stage in upgrading empirical solution-building. This approach can increase growth speed by up to 50% and enhance energy efficiency by up to 30%, depending on the business.