Voilà qui est impressionnant comme chiffre. Shikhar GHOSH, professeur à la Harvard Business School, publie les résultats d’une recherche que je vous invite à lire. De plus, Shikhar nous donne quelques pistes d’amélioration.
« … The statistics are disheartening no matter how an entrepreneur defines failure. If failure means liquidating all assets, with investors losing most or all the money they put into the company, then the failure rate for start-ups is 30 to 40 percent, according to Shikhar Ghosh, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School who has held top executive positions at some eight technology-based start-ups. If failure refers to failing to see the projected return on investment, then the failure rate is 70 to 80 percent. And if failure is defined as declaring a projection and then falling short of meeting it, then the failure rate is a whopping 90 to 95 percent. »
Source : Harvard Business School
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