Whether large or small, every business has to grow to stay in business. The failure of some businesses to develop a sustainable growth system can often be boiled down to few fundamental problems. This article looks at several common causes for why some companies don’t succeed at growing.
“There are many reasons some small companies grow and others hit a wall. There are external factors like market size, competition and demand. But there are also internal factors that have to do with operations and leadership. In every industry, there are companies that grow and dominate, while others stagnate or shrink and ultimately fail.” Source: Ten Reasons Small Businesses Fail to Grow – NYTimes.com
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