@ifnancyz5 asked 5 months ago.

Scaling up: how a few companies make it...and why the rest don't (rockefeller habits 2.0)?

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@rimuxowalo answered 4 months ago.

Scaling up: how a few companies make it...and why the rest don't. The book contains a series of essays by leaders of high-growth companies who share the habits of their organizations, and why the rest don't make it.
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@pefebegawu answered 4 months ago.

Scaling is really about creating a culture, a set of values, and a set of processes that, as you grow your business, allow you to continue to achieve the kind of success that you've had so far.
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@eppemiryrra answered 4 months ago.

The problem with the majority of companies is that they don’t scale effectively. In fact, most companies don’t scale at all. The average lifespan of a SaaS company is 5 years. Of the companies that do scale, there is a fundamental difference in the way they approach growth.
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@makuzalletto answered 4 months ago.

Scaling is hard. Scaling without any cash is even harder. In order to make it you have to make something that people want, sell it at a price that people can afford, and then sell enough of it to make a profit.
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@TTvsbshhh554 answered 4 months ago.

Scaling up is not just the ability to grow from $1 million to $10 million in sales, but also from $10 million to $100 million in sales. This is the ability to take what works in a small business and make it work on a much larger scale.

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