18 cases of total recall

In the chart below there are 18 different success stories. These figures represent 18 different, small and small-medium enterprises from the same professional field,. Co-operation with the principles of the αriston project lasted 3 years, including reporting time. The measurable results are more than obvious.
It is worth noting that the value of the αriston project principles lies with "totals". If the problem of the businesses below had simply been "sales", as most of their owners had believed, then there should have been a harmoniously proportional rise of revenue and profit (in this case approximately 38%). The revenue and profit results are impressively and disproportionally higher though.
What kind of conclusions would that phenomenon lead us to, regarding the application of the αriston criteria on cost centre management and controls, as well as the separation of the roles of the actual organization and its owner(s)?