Posted: February 8, 2016 by Robert Craven
Consultants, accountants, bankers and business schools like to tell us that companies that grow their profits and revenues year-on-year are thriving and if they aren’t doing it then they must be failing. Small Giants by Bo Burlingham poses whether growth is such a good thing. Bigger is not necessarily better!
One of the most relevant arguments for staying cold and creative, intimate and manageable
Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop
Burlingham focusses on businesses that reject the pressures of endless growth and instead concentrate on creating a great workplace, amazing customer service, and a sense of community (both locally in the workplace); the most important thing is being the best at what they do!
‘Businesses with mojo’ have attributes that include:
We all to often hear clients beat themselves up because they are not achieving year-on-year exponential growth…