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Issue Number Three In The GROW Series For CEOs Who Want To Prevent Stagnation Or Failure of Their Enterprise At Stage 3.

What CEOs Must Know About a Stage 3 (Delegate)
Company With 20 –34 Employees.
The Primary Focus is on Delegation
• Recognize the signs of growth.
• Begin to delegate specific duties and tasks.
• Clarity about your strengths and weaknesses.
• Intentional about your culture.
• Defined core values. The Key Questions CEOs … Read More

Issue Number Two In The GROW Series For CEOs Who Want To Prevent Stagnation Or Failure of Their Enterprise.

The Second in the GROW Series For CEOs Of Stage 2 Companies Who Want to Prevent Stagnation or Failure of Their Enterprise. G. Get clear on the root cause of organizational dysfunction.
R. Realize there is an effective and proven model for growth.
O. Obtain alignment & buy-in on critical people, process and profit … Read More

The GROW Series Number One For CEOs Who Want To Prevent Stagnation Or Failure of Their Enterprise.

Here is the GROW Process To Prevent Stagnation or Failure of Your Enterprise G  Get clear on the root cause of organizational dysfunction.
R  Realize there is an effective and proven model for growth.
O  Obtain alignment & buy-in on critical people, process and profit issues.
W Weather the chaos that comes with growth.… Read More

Effectively Navigating the Stages of Growth (Part 4): The Five Leadership Rules That CEOs of Companies With 20-95 Employees (Stages, 3, 4, And 5) Must Practice

James Fischer and his team of researchers created an enterprise growth model based on a nine-year national research project with over 700 CEOs. The study recognized that companies grow in complexity created by the number of employees, not profits or revenue. Fischer and his team discovered the following non-negotiable rules associated with each stage.… Read More

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