Wednesday Wisdom- Organizational Growth

Start-ups can take many paths and reach many different stages of organizational growth. Some organizations never need to grow beyond a certain size and others eventually close.

Some start-ups, however, do make it to the “post-start-up” stage of organizational life. Post-start-up organizations have different characteristics and face different needs than they did in the start-up stage and the way they get there is through planned growth.

This week I talk about core elements  that contribute to organizational growth. I also offer up a little lovin’. I see you and all of your hard work and appreciate all that you do. Keep fighting the good fight,the world needs you.

 

PS. Excuse the shaky spots in the video– I just got so darned excited!

 

 

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