They have failed to provide their methods to the people, although there is a huge demand!
Let me focus on the software business here. Problems in software development don’t arise from technical difficulties. There are huge deficits in basic hermeneutic competences. Basic ideas, like the influence of context on meaning and understanding of things seems to be a completely new idea for many contemporaries.
The conflicts resulting from humanistic incompetences are often treated as social or psychological deficits – but they are not. Many of these problems could have been avoided by basic humanistic competences. I.e. the demand exists, although it’s latent. Since I see the sciences in charge here, I say: “fail”.
So far, a little rant of mine.