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Start-ups that last / by Ranjay Gulati and Alicia Desantola

By: Gulati, Ranjay.
Contributor(s): Desantola, Alicia.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 94 (3), March 2016.Description: 54-61, 8 pages.Subject(s): Business start up | Business planning | Forecasting | Organisational effectivenessOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Considers how many initially promising start-ups run into trouble, suggesting it is due to poor scaling. Draws on extensive case studies to identify four critical activities for successfully scaling a venture.
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Considers how many initially promising start-ups run into trouble, suggesting it is due to poor scaling. Draws on extensive case studies to identify four critical activities for successfully scaling a venture.

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