Smart organisations grow – but smarter ones grow smarter. Many organisations expand over time, but few sustain a significant growth trajectory. In fact, to get the desired results, it can become more important for organisations to know what not to do than what to. And sometimes, even hitting the key performance indicators doesn’t help achieve medium and long-term goals; which is quite weird, isn’t it?
Whatever the nature of the organisation is, when it functions within a small boundary, the operation of the business is somehow naïve and even an average leader can sustain the growth. But, as the need for growth is intrinsic in business, leaders must constantly move to generate more profit or push their services to more people. It’s the norm – yet many organisations fail to do that. But why?