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Jumping the S-curve : how to beat the growth cycle, get on top, and stay there / by Paul Nunes and Tim Breene

By: Nunes, Paul, 1963-.
Contributor(s): Breene, Tim.
Publisher: Boston, M.A.. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2011Description: 270 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781422175583 (hbk.).Subject(s): Organisational effectiveness | Corporate strategy | Business | CompaniesDDC classification: 658.4/012
Contents:
High performance: the business of jumping S-curves -- CLIMBING A CURVE : A big enough market insight -- Threshold competence before scaling -- Worthy of serious talent -- JUMPING TO A NEW CURVE : Hidden S-curves -- Edge-centric strategy -- Top teams that change ahead of the curve -- Hothouse of talent -- Sharp curves ahead -- Appendix: how we determined high performance
Summary: Discusses how high-performing companies jump the hidden S-curves - competition, capabilities and talent - in their business to avoid the growth stall that is common after a period of rapid growth. By doing this, the authors argue, companies can successfully jump from the top of one peaking business to the bottom of another in time to avoid a stall and continue their success with a new business.
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High performance: the business of jumping S-curves -- CLIMBING A CURVE : A big enough market insight -- Threshold competence before scaling -- Worthy of serious talent -- JUMPING TO A NEW CURVE : Hidden S-curves -- Edge-centric strategy -- Top teams that change ahead of the curve -- Hothouse of talent -- Sharp curves ahead -- Appendix: how we determined high performance

Discusses how high-performing companies jump the hidden S-curves - competition, capabilities and talent - in their business to avoid the growth stall that is common after a period of rapid growth. By doing this, the authors argue, companies can successfully jump from the top of one peaking business to the bottom of another in time to avoid a stall and continue their success with a new business.

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