This is one of the finest books about growing a business and achieving success that you will ever find. It reveals the secrets that the fastest-growing organizations follow to become high-impact companies, or "gazelles". You can drive business and attain greatness by scaling up, whether you have a startup, a sole proprietorship, a partnership, an LLC, a franchise, an alliance, a merger, or anacquisition.
This book goes beyond revealing how to achieve tremendous profits by dominating the market to spearheading exponential growth in any industry. It gives the road map that ensures that your business thrives beyond your expectations. That is why this book is a must-listen for anyone in business, whether he or she is an entrepreneur, CEO, executive, manager, or employee.
I have done extensive research about why some businesses succeed while others don't, using real-life experiences and case studies, and therefore everything you learn in this book is vetted. The ideas and advice in this book are in all ways practical, and you can use them to overcome the challenges and constraints you are facing while growing your business.
Scaling up is a well-crafted science. This book shows you how to scale up people, strategies, execution, money, and technology as well as which growth tools to use. It helps you to overcome scaling up barriers to grow exponentially and attain greatness. You can use this book to lead your organization to become the fastest-growing business and the most profitable in your industry, both locally and globally.
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basic compilation copy-paste from business books
terrible waste of money and time. Not so much about scaling, as an endless enumeration of all the business processes that happen in a company and their definitions. Vague, generalized overview of business functions with no examples nor cases. Numerous painfully obvious observations: "to grow your business you need to grow sales." "you need to choose good people for your team" and so on... This book is just a compilation of general statements thrown in together. sad.