Enhancing the productive durability of companies.
In a world of rapidly falling company lifespans, LongWealth is a specialist advisory devoted to help leaders build productively durable companies – which we call “Living Machines”. As a result, leaders gain mastery over 70% of their future value creation potential.
The Longwealth approach helps companies harness the life force inside companies that builds intangible capital and generates 70% of future cashflows in a way that is recognised inside and outside the organisation.
Companies can thrive in the new era by building intangible “capital” that drives their perpetuity value. There are 10 vital signs that such companies share.
Companies are being increasingly subject to the crush of technology and pressure to deliver on near term results. Further, companies face more frequent, unexpected business, social and environmental crises. All this points to the pressing need to make fundamental changes in the way organisations are being built, to stand the test of time.
The productive durability of India’s Top-100 companies.
Our most recent study reveals the longevity potential of India’s top 100 companies. Collectively, they represent US$ 1 trillion of Scarce Capital. But some companies and industries do much better than others.
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From Peter Drucker to Viktor Frankl, Vienna has been an intellectual powerhouse that has brought unprecedented innovations in science, philosophy, psychology and business to the world. Our headquarters in the heart of the city allow us to tap into these traditions and bring them to bear on our work with clients all over the world.
US thought leaders and what they think about the living machine model…
Conscious Leadership Guild – Founding Director – San Francisco
Benefit Company Bar Association – Co- Founding Director
Montgomery & Hansen LLP – Founder – Silicon Valley
Lex Ultima – Founder – Silicon Valley
I completely understand your elegant model which ties the 70% of a company’s value/wealth to its intangible assets – mindset, purpose, brand, culture, innovation and, ultimately, to the healthy life force of the leader/leadership.
At the core, your model is synchronous with where I and others like Frederic Laloux have arrived, which is to say that “life force” is the spirit of the collective life form.
What I like about your model is that it ties this kind of leadership with 70% of a company’s enterprise value. This puts the need for this kind of leadership into terms that “orange” business leaders who run the vast majority of businesses can understand.
To put it simply, your model makes optimizing the consciousness of the leadership a critical long-term success factor of a business because 70% of the enterprise value depends on it.
In my executive coaching practice, many of my clients are sent to me to enhance their “executive presence”, which in LaLoux’s framework means optimizing their state of being and consciousness as much as possible. I love the tie in your model between the self-perpetuating value of an enterprise and the optimization of consciousness of the leader(s). Your model may be the missing link to inspire the conventional companies to evolve… Brilliant.