The Unicist Functionalist Approach to Business

The Academic Arm of The Unicist Research Institute

Management in the 4th Industrial Revolution

The Unicist Corporate University is the academic arm of The Unicist Research Institute that has been the world leading research organization in its segment since 1976. The Business School is focused on providing educational programs that deal with the strategic approach to businesses, their management, marketing, and the functionalist approach to business organization.

Transferring Functionalist Technologies

The Unicist Corporate University provides functionalist business technologies and tools to the participants to build unicist strategies and install functional design to solve business problems. It is based on the use of functional structures, binary actions, objects, and catalysts to manage their adaptability, growth, profitability, and sustainability.

Business Programs

The Change introduced by the 4th Industrial Revolution

The 4IR introduced adaptability in business, that required the use of AI and a new mindset to manage businesses

Unicist Strategy Master Program

A functionalist approach that is based on maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure results 

Unicist Functional Design Certification

It provides the credentials to participate in the design of business, organizational and management processes

In-House Functional Design Program

To develop the functional design of business processes introducing adaptability and intelligent applications

Functionalist In-House Universities

To introduce the technologies, skills and methods to manage businesses in the 4th Industrial Revolution

In-House Clinics

These clinics use the functionalist approach, unicist AI based tools and functional design to build solutions

Functionalist Education

Functionalist education uses reflection driven education to access the functionalist approach to business

Unicist Reflection Session
Unicist Solutions Library
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Unicist Solutions Library
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