Successfully Building A Profit-Driven, People-Centered, Growth-Smart Company Requires
The CEO To Address The Following 9 Fundamentals:
1. A Dynamic New Method of Planning
2. A Redesigned Work Community
3. A Language of Growth
4. A New Perspective On Profitability
5. A Recognition of a Business as a Living, Intelligent Oganism
6. Revelation of Core Requirement of Staff Satisfaction and the Connection to Profitability
7. Advance Understanding of the Causes, Symptoms, and Cures of Growth Trauma
8. Facilitate Growth Stage Solutions at Every Stage of Growth
9. Release CEO’s resistance and See Below the Surface of Current Challenges
Future issues of Tips For Transformation . . .
will focus on one of the nine fundamentals required to Build a Profit-Driven, People-Centered, Growth-Smart Company.
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About James Fischer
James Fischer, author of Navigating the Growth Curve: 9 Fundamentals that Build a Profit-Driven, People-Centered, Growth-Smart Company has a three-word mantra: Predict, Adapt and Focus. Fischer’s challenge to business leaders is to predict how the complexity of their company will affect them, focus their efforts and resources on the right things at the right time, and adapt to the needs of the company in its particular stage of growth (based on number of employees). His research and development of the 7 Stages of Enterprise Growth is a proven model for predicting how growth will impact small firms with up to 500 employees.
About Bob Moore, CMC,
Bob Moore established Effectiveness, Inc in 1975 on Peter Drucker’s timeless principles from his best-selling book, The Effective Executive (1967) and many of his 38 other books. Over the last four decades resources were added based on best-practices gleaned from Tom Peters, John Naisbitt, Warren Bennis, Jim Collins, Daniel Pink, Stephen Covey, Seth Godin, Jay Abraham, Marshall Goldsmith, Clay Christensen, Peter Diamandis, James Fischer, and other acknowledged thought leaders.