Manifestos tagged with Grow


The Growth Hacker Wake Up Call: How Growth Hacking Rewrote Marketing’s Best Practices
Oct. 23, 2014 - By: Ryan Holiday
“It was only a matter of time before someone smart said, 'It doesn’t have to be this way. The tools of the Internet and social media have made it possible to track, test, iterate, and improve marketing ... ' That person was the first growth hacker.”
How “Helpful” Systems Extinguish Career Development (and What You Can Do to Reignite It)
Sept. 12, 2012 - By: Beverly Kaye & Julie Winkle Giulioni
“Career development appears at the top of many lists. Unfortunately, the lists tend to be those focused on what employees desperately want but are not getting from their managers.”
Lead Differently
March 21, 2012 - By: Mark Miller
“People and organizations are much more likely to thrive if the leader subscribes to what Robert Greenleaf called Servant Leadership. It is not a new idea— Greenleaf didn’t invent it nor did I. However, it is an idea whose time has come… It is time to Lead Differently!”
GROW: How to Change the Narrative of Business
Jan. 25, 2012 - By: Jim Stengel
“In addition to its wider positive impact, a devotion to brand ideals will do more for your own business and career than any other factor. Maximum business growth and high ideals are not incompatible. They’re inseparable.”
InsideOut Development: Do What You Already Know
Oct. 6, 2010 - By: Alan Fine
“The biggest obstacle in performance isn’t not knowing what to do; it’s not doing what we already know."
Achieving Predictable Success
June 2, 2010 - By: Les McKeown
"As a serial entrepreneur who has personally launched over 40 businesses, and as a consultant and coach to hundreds of business leaders, I’ve come to realize that the 'growth code' is out there, in plain view for anyone who knows where to look. There is indeed a code, a pattern, a DNA if you will, to achieving predictable success."
Interested in the Quickest Route to New Profits and Growth? Focus on Your Pricing
May 5, 2010 - By: Rafi Mohammed
“Companies work to bring a product to market by investing significant effort and money in research and development, distribution, and marketing strategies. But when it comes to setting a price - how businesses get compensated for their hard work and financial risk - most companies drop the ball.”

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