Systems owners interpret cost-effectiveness and efficiency for prosperity to the number of network hierarchy layers in non-biological systems. Seeking redemption in reality supposes to return remarkable product quality and achieve success in system platform; however, outcome illustrates poor product quality with internal & external customer dissatisfaction in non-biological systems. The ongoing economic crisis in non-biological systems reveals that downsizing hypothesis has not been feasible for increasing efficiency and effectiveness. The outcome of cost-effectiveness strategy clarifies that system owner has tried to emerge non-profit performance in non-biological system; consequently, the powerful hierarchy layers are more powerful and entities in operational layers are poorer than a regular pass time trial. The owner’s interpretation of effectiveness modifies entire system environments and in long term biological systems can allocate invisible entities.