At a certain point in the lifecycle of every business, there comes an awkward phase of organizational development where the complexity of a business is overcoming its team’s capabilities as leaders and the systems they created. Too big to be small, and too small to be big, this wilderness phase is what Doug Tatum’s bestseller refers to as “No Man’s Land,” a critical transitional stage in the metamorphosis of a growing company. And just as every teenager thinks they’re the only one struggling with fear, doubt, and the pressure to grow up faster, so every business owner needs to understand that this phase is normal and in fact manageable. A serial entrepreneur and 20 year member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, we are excited to welcome back Rich Manders to discuss how leaders can identify that their business is at this pivotal point, where complexity is growing at an exponential rate, and more importantly, how to overcome the transition.
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