Here we consider a model of dynamic business development by Bernard Livgold and Fritz Glazl may become useful. It treats organisations as if they were people: they are born, they live, they die. A human life consists of three stages: dependence, independence, interconnection. But unlike a person, organisations do not necessarily move organically from one stage to another. The model highlights the following stages in the life of an organisation: pioneer, rational, integration, associative. During the first stage the organization moves dynamically, greatly motivated in pursuit of a concept. During the second, it begins to establish procedures to stay active but reduces the energy it expends. In the third stage, the organization reaches equilibrium between its mandated bureaucratic function and its team's 'live energy.' In the end, it's not only found its pace but it's prepared to collaborate with others.