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The average lifespan for a multinational  Fortune 500 company is 40-50 years. A third of all  companies listed on Fortune 500 are thus gone   – sold, merged or divided.

 

Companies die because their managers focus on the economic activity of producing goods and services, and they forget that their organizations' true nature is that of a community of humans." (Bloomberg  Business Week).

 

The book has been reviewed in the Danish business newspaper Borsen

The companies´long-term existance

Withintelligent barriers people in organisations can design the company´s future. This creates suddenly a long-term perspective.

 

The world´s oldest business is the inn Hoshi Ryokan in Japan –  established in 718 and now owned by the  46. generation. The Swedish-Finnish  pulp and paper corporation StoraEnso Oyj from 1288 was originally established as a cobber mine and is the oldest limited company. What is the lifespan of your company?

   
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