Describes the strategic and organizational challenges of turning a young company in a self-sustaining economy. Unlike traditional life cycle models, makes the comment that the company continues to develop in idiosyncratic ways. Therefore, the leaders of the young companies need to develop strategies, taking into account the overall situation (rather than a “growth phase”), and taking account of a wide mix of options. Furthermore, the success in achieving sustainability is also a question of … Read more »

Describes the strategic and organizational challenges of turning a young company in a self-sustaining economy. Unlike traditional life cycle models, makes the comment that the company continues to develop in idiosyncratic ways. Therefore, the leaders of the young companies need to develop strategies, taking into account the overall situation (rather than a “growth phase”), and taking account of a wide mix of options. Furthermore, the success in achieving sustainability is also a question of execution, as it is choosing the right growth strategy.
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Publication Date: Apr 19, 1995. Prod #: 395200-PDF-ENG
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