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  • Get on the Train or Get off at the Next Stop! – Inflection Point

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    Preparing for a Downturn

    Have you ever met someone, and the instant they shook your hand, looked at you, or opened their mouth, you found yourself looking for an impromptu escape that wouldn’t signal to them just how much you disliked them for no apparent reason at all?  What if you then realized they worked at your company?

    Why on earth is it that some people just rub us the wrong way from the onset? 

    The answer is quite simple, and you know it already:  It’s our brain.  We have a love hate relationship with it, don’t we? …Read More

    This entry was posted in Uncategorized, on February 21, 2021
  • What is an Effective Sales Strategy? – Inflection Point

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    An Inflection Point is where a company has grown to where their organization, operations and technology infrastructure is showing signs of strain. Companies at an Inflection Point do no not grow because they do not have an Effective Sales Strategy. Now, you might ask, what is an Effective Sales Strategy? And more importantly, how can your company establish and implement it to increase sales and boost market share? Let’s start with the basics by defining “Effective Sales Strategy”: …Read More

    This entry was posted in Inflection Point, on February 21, 2021
  • Help!  I Stopped Growing! – Inflection Point

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    One of the universal truths in the revenue growth business is the seemingly random glass ceilings preventing further growth that companies of all types experience at certain levels of revenue. The most impenetrable one I have seen is at the $10M revenue mark – an inflection point.

    Imagine my surprise (and sense of validation) when I saw an Inc magazine article  about how many companies are stuck …Read More

    This entry was posted in Inflection Point, on February 21, 2021
  • Podcast With Jim Gitney on What to do About Moving Through an Inflection Point

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    Growing a business is not as simple as applying a sales formula or launching an innovative product. The approach for growth changes as your business evolves through its business life cycle. Each time a company doubles in size, it hits an inflection point: a time in a company’s life cycle where its people, processes, and technologies are struggling to support the business.  When that happens, …Read More

    This entry was posted in Business Transformation, Inflection Point, Strategic Execution, on February 12, 2021
  • Strategic Planning Playbook

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    We recently published a blog on Virtual Strategic Planning and have received many inquiries from readers for more information.  We believe that getting your strategic plan right for 2021 and beyond is the most important thing a company can do.  Because of that we have decided to offer our strategic planning playbook free to anyone who requests it.  If you want a copy, send us a request to info@group50.com or request it here. …Read More

    This entry was posted in Anti-Strategy, Exit Planning and Transition, M&A, Manufacturing and Distribution, Market Effectiveness, Organizational Development, Playbooks, Product Development, Strategic Execution, on November 20, 2020
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