Before the Unicist Approach to businesses existed, 80% of the new businesses disappeared in less than two years.
The Unicist Approach induced the possibility of managing the nature of businesses, defining the nature of the markets and developing business objects that accelerate business processes while they save energy. This provided a new starting point to launch successful businesses.
“More than 500,000 companies are founded every year in the US and about 80% of them cease to exist within the next two years.
This was the triggering cause to research what we named the “Butterfly Companies”. These companies took such name because of the beauty they have for their founders when they are born and their ephemeral life.
As Sun Tzu said, “battles are won or lost before they are fought”, and the same happens in business. When a new company is created the success or failure has already been defined.
This R&D e-book will be explaining why these “Butterfly Companies” are so ephemeral. It will drive you into the world of business viruses and how to build immune systems to avoid their damages.
These companies are born with a deadly virus that needs to be cured as soon as possible.
Consider that all the mistakes that are done when developing the company are not such: they are fallacies.
And fallacies are extremely unconscious. Only the confrontation with results and groundings allows getting rid of them.
This research showed the nature of butterfly companies and their cure. We hope you take your time to profit from it.
We expect that this technology can avoid 50% of the disappearance of new companies with the consequent social and individual benefits.”
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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. https://www.unicist.org/conceptual-thinking/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/turi.pdf