The Principles of Unicist Functionalist Design

The Unicist Functionalist Designers (UFDs) provide the intelligent structures of business functions to develop the adaptive and customer centered processes required by the 4th Industrial Revolution.

The UFDs give access to the functional structures that drive the use value and the operation of what is being designed.

Functionalist design implies managing the functional structure of the solution, based on the functionalist principles that define a process. It ends with the operational solution that can be managed by anyone without needing to manage the functionalist principles of what is being done. It uses binary actions to simplify this process.

The unicist logic allows managing the root causes and developing binary actions that manage maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure results.

Unicist Functionalist Principles

What for?

These designers manage the roots of the functionality of business processes, products, and services: They are necessary to:

For Complex Problem Solving
Functionalist Design of Adaptive Business Processes
Design Products and Services
Design and Implement Binary Actions
Design and Develop Intelligent Systems

The Functionalist Principle

The functionalist principle defines that there is nothing in the universe, which is part of a system, that does not work with a purpose, an active and entropic function, and an energy conservation function. Their interaction defines the functionality of the binary actions that make functionalist principles work.

Binary actions are two synchronized actions that, one the one hand, open possibilities establishing a functional context and, on the other hand, close processes to generate results.

The Power of Binary Actions

Binary actions make things work. 100% of the business models of expansive businesses are based on binary actions that include the use of catalysts. Binary actions are intuitively used by those who need to achieve results.

The discovery of the functional structure of binary actions made the systematic design of synchronized binary actions possible, which simplified and ensured the results of business processes.