Daily Archives: September 10, 2010

Discovery of the Business Virus Type “A” and its cure

Unicist Business Virus Type AViruses are installed in organizations when the personal goals of their members prevail over the goals of the group in the case of entrepreneurs and of the mission and vision of institutions.

Viruses can be cured or palliated. When they are cured they strengthen the company and the immune system of the company.

We have identified two different types of viruses in companies: Business Virus Type “A” and Business Virus Type “B”.

Business Virus Type “A” of an Object Driven Organization

It is the virus that substitutes the purpose of a concept by a personal benefit from it.  In this case Peopleware is substituted by Personal Goals.

This generates the in-existence of the integration between software and hardware.

Virus type “A” produces anarchy or inaction within the organization and the need of an authoritarian leader to manage the conflicts produced.

This lowers productivity, quality and reliability and therefore the value generation is diminished.

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Institutionalization of Entrepreneurial Companies

The Institutionalization of a business requires having transcendent goals that guide the activity of the organization.

Unicist Entrepreneurial InstitutionalizationEntrepreneurial organizations have an approach to business that is centrally driven by the goals of the entrepreneurs.

It has been demonstrated that institutionalization is the key to growth. Therefore, institutionalization is a basic condition for the expansion of entrepreneurial businesses.

The natural path towards the institutionalization of entrepreneurs is installing in the company the goal of building the monetary value of the company itself. This implies that the company needs to have a value that does not depend on the participation of the entrepreneur.

Company-value is the first step for entrepreneurial institutionalization.

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