For anyone to be a successful athlete, one of the most important things you need is a strong core — or midsection — to provide overall stability, control and power. The same applies to growth firms. Without a strong core, the
It’s often said that “People join companies but they leave managers.” If this holds true, and I believe that it does, then what does this mean for organizations and business leaders?
When the CEO of MOM’s Organic Market, Scott Nash, needed to hire a CFO, he knew that simply asking a recruiter to search for a financial expert who understood the grocery industry well wasn’t going to be good enough for them. Nash had
For a business to be successful, one of the most important things it needs is a great support network from all the people involved, both inside the company and out. This includes; the founders, early investors, customers, suppliers,
Building a high-growth business is like climbing a mountain. There are many people in the world who dream of summiting Mt. Everest or its local equivalents such as Mt Kenya or Kilimanjaro. Those who do
Out of all companies in the world, less than 4% ever reach more than $1 million in revenue. Of those, only about one in 10 ever make it to the $10 million revenue mark and only a handful surpass the $50 million