Original video found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1fodZNF1GI. · How to Build a Business that Lasts 100 years. june 27, 2017. Learn about the six properties of biological systems that also apply to the durability of businesses. Martin Reeves, senior partner at BCG, presents at the Thornton Tomasetti annual meeting in New York City, May 11, 2017. Follow these topics:TED.com, home of TED Talks, is a global initiative about ideas worth spreading via TEDx, the TED Prize, TED Books, TED Conferences, TED-Ed and more.So did Carnoustie’s return in 1999 after last hosting. We talked about building two holes on the Valley course, the new seventh and eighth. They are just wonderful holes, and they look like they’ve.Having doubled its annual revenues and expanded its business dramatically over the past five years. and greater in scope and capacity than it ever has been in the last 100 years.” During the past.Martin Reeves explains how to build a business that lasts 100 years by drawing a parallel between mechanical thinking and biological thinking. He gives an example of a designer of a product which he called the Human Immune System, who is concerned with short term efficiency but not longevity and resilience.If you want to build a business that lasts, there may be no better place to look for inspiration than your own immune system. In this TED talks, martin reeves shares very interesting statistics about shrinking corporate life spans and explains how executives can apply six principles from living organisms to build resilient businesses that flourish in the face of change.Single-use cups aren’t just a landfill problem – it takes a lot of energy and resources to make them. Related: Can coffee.If you want to build a business that lasts, there may be no better place to look for inspiration than your own immune system. join strategist martin reeves as he shares startling statistics about shrinking corporate life spans and explains how executives can apply six principles from living organisms to build resilient businesses that flourish [.]juan martin. last October. “I was world No 3 and I was playing for big things at the end of the year,” he says. “The ranking doesn’t matter any more for me. I just want to be healthy again.” There.