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Sean Rudner, President & CEO, StockPKG

A common goal amongst nearly all businesses is the desire to grow, yet many plateau and can’t seem to become bigger and better like they’d hoped. Why? It’s easy to become set in your ways and comfortable with current processes and procedures, but the difference between plateauing and growing is operating outside of your comfort zone and adopting new ways to thrive. 

the ceo magazine, business growth,
Will Post, Founder & CEO, Hound & Gatos Pet Foods

According to the Small Business Administration, over 90 percent of all businesses are considered small, which is having less than 500 employees. While there is a lot of information readily available to explain to would-be entrepreneurs about how to go through the steps to open one of these small businesses, that’s only half the equation. Nearly as many businesses close each year that open. Having a Marine mentality is one way to approach entrepreneurship and help the business become successful in any industry.

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Stuart Cross, Author, First & Fast

For the past 30 years or more, business leaders have been exhorted to move faster and create more agile organizations that are better able to succeed in increasingly dynamic and unpredictable markets. But what are the behaviors, processes and strategies that are critical to lead your organization at pace without creating confusion, frustration and unnecessary risk?



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