Tuesday December 1, 2020

Successful businesses stay true to core values

Not sure what your company does any more? You may be suffering from mission creep

31st December, 2017
Companies which are led by their founders consistently outperform the market

Small organisations aspire to grow ‘big’ some day, to become a behemoth bestriding the marketplace, their ideas shaping it to their own ends. The problem, according to Chris Zook of Bain and Company, is that when they become successful the growth paradox comes into play – growth creates complexity, and complexity kills growth.

Retaining the ‘founder’s mentality’ is key for continued success in an organisation, and that it is possible to keep (or...

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