Today, enterprise really only has one choice.
If it needs money to operate at scale, beyond what the business itself can supply, enterprise has to incorporate, securitize and enter the Wall Street trading system.
Once it enters that system, its performance gets measured by the one value that system is designed to value.
That is growth in future selling price.
For some enterprises, meeting demand for constant growth is not a problem, because the business is in its high growth phase.
For other businesses, growth – constant, unrelenting, exponential growth – is not the only value by which they want to be valued.
This includes new businesses, at the start of their S curve, whose leadership does not want to lose control of the business they are building.
It also includes businesses currently in the Wall Street system, that are at or near the top of their growth curve, and do not want to shift into corporate gigantism mode, buying other businesses just to keep their share price growing.
evergreen offers this choice
an enterprise can enter the Wall Street system, and agree to be measured by the one value that system is designed to value: constant growth in future selling price
it can negotiate with superfiduciaries, and agree to be measured by the values it negotiates into its agreements with its superfiduciary sponsors