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Title Growing an Entrepreneurial Business
Author Edward Hess
Publisher Stanford University Press
Release 2011-02-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 416
ISBN 080477756X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Growing an Entrepreneurial Business: Concepts and Cases is a textbook designed for courses that focus on managing small to medium sized enterprises. It focuses on the major management challenges that successful start-ups encounter when leaders decide to grow and scale their businesses. The book is divided into two parts—text and cases—to provide professors with maximum flexibility in organizing their courses. The thirty-five cases can be used in conjunction with the text, or independently. Twelve cases are written as narratives with multiple teaching points, but without a focus on a particular business decision; the remaining twenty-three cases were written around specific conundrums related to strategy, operations, finance, marketing, leadership, culture, human resources, organizational design, business model, and growth. Discussion questions are provided for each case. The text portion of the book discusses key issues derived from the author's research and consulting, and is meant to complement the case method of teaching, raising issues for conversation. In addition to the real-world knowledge that students will derive from the cases, readers will take away research-based templates and models that they can use in developing or consulting with small businesses.

Growing Business Innovation by Jonathan Reuvid

Title Growing Business Innovation
Author Jonathan Reuvid
Publisher Legend Press Ltd
Release 2017-10-31
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 250
ISBN 1787198928
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Growing Business Innovation takes directors and corporate officers of success-driven businesses with defined innovation objectives on the journey from research to marketable product, to creating, managing and onwards to marketing and monetisation of their innovation’s IP.

Title the Entrepreneur s Guide to Start Grow and Manage A Profitable Business
Author Daniel R. Hogan Jr. Ph. D.
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2011-05-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1456765248
Language English, Spanish, and French
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$$$ The Entrepreneur's GuideTo Start, Grow, and Manage a Profitable BusinessIn his book The Right Stuff, Tom Wolfe describes what it took for the early test pilots to succeed: "A career in flying was like climbing one of those ancient Babylonian pyramids made up of a dizzy progression of steps and ledges; and the idea was to prove at every foot of the way that you were one of the elected and anointed ones who had the right stuff and could move higher and higher and even-ultimately, God willing, one day-that you might be able to join that special few at the very top, that elite who had the capacity to bring tears to men's eyes, the very brotherhood of the right stuff itself."Although success as an entrepreneur launching a new business does not include feeling superior or facing death, it does require that a person have a special set of qualities and skills with which to exercise good judgment, make wise decision, take calculated risk, and get along with and lead others. The $$$ The Entrepreneur's Guide To Start, Grow, and Manage a Profitable Business provides what it takes, what is the right stuff for the successful entrepreneur. The most successful entrepreneurs are not necessarily those who work hardest or longest. Successful business owners are those who have a vision that can see beyond the bottom line, who have learned to manage their professional and personal lives. Making it with a new business venture requires all the traits of an entrepreneur as enumerated in $$$ The Entrepreneur's Guide, as well as the knowledge, skills, and persistence to grow and withstand the stress, ambiguity, conflicting objectives, emotions, and chaos that comes with a new business effort. Achieving this balance is what $$$ The Entrepreneur's Guide is about. It will help you steer a path to guide you with the right stuff to the top of the pyramid of business success.

Title The Board and Management Team in Growing Businesses
Author Guy Rigby
Publisher Harriman House Limited
Release 2011-11-11
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 20
ISBN 0857191837
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This eBook a guide to how to run the board and management team in growing businesses. The author of this instant guide from Harriman House, Guy Rigby, has also written From Vision to Exit, which is a complete entrepreneurs' guide to setting up, running and passing on or selling a business.

Title Know and Grow the Value of Your Business
Author Tim McDaniel
Publisher Apress
Release 2013-02-26
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 252
ISBN 1430247851
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A woman looking to retire said to author and valuation expert Tim McDaniel, “I need to sell my business for $2.5 million to support my country club lifestyle.” The reality was that her business was worth $750,000. How could she have been so wrong? As McDaniel—a veteran of over 2,000 valuation engagements and dozens of M&A deals—knows all too well, most owners work in their businesses and not on their businesses. He has seen the look of surprise on client faces far too often: “It’s only worth that much?!” In the rush of day-to-day work and decisions, business owners sometimes forget that their business is an investment—and something they need to watch, nurture, and care for just as they would a valuable antique vase or painting. Know and Grow the Value of Your Business: An Owner's Guide to Retiring Rich shows readers how to develop the “investment mindset,” value the business, bolster that value and maximize the return on their investment, and, finally, exit the business either through a sale to outside parties or by passing it on to family or other business insiders. This information couldn’t be more important: Typically, 60–80% of a business owner’s wealth is tied up in the value of the business. This is their most important asset, but they usually guess at its value and have no concrete plan to increase it. That’s why this book shows: The importance of treating your ownership interest in a business as something deserving near-daily attention. How a company is valued, and how others outside the business view that value. Steps you can take immediately to increase the value of your business. The different kinds of potential buyers and what attracts them. How to remove yourself from the day-to-day work of the business to plan for a brighter future. How to exit the business on your terms. In short, this book helps business owners get the most for their business when they decide it’s time to move on. What you’ll learn The importance of treating your ownership interest in a business the same way you would treat the shares in your stock portfolio: “Like an Investment.” How a company is valued, using terms that business owners can understand. The ways you can increase the value of your business and how an outside buyer will view your company. Existing exit strategies, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. Why timing might be the most critical component of your exit strategy. How to begin the succession planning process and knowing the critical components of a good succession plan. Who this book is for Those with businesses with revenues up to about $30 million—90 percent of all business owners in the U.S., according to the United States Census Bureau. This amounts to over 12 million businesses in the United States alone. The principles the book espouses will be just as valid in countries besides the U.S. except for the tax advice author Tim McDaniel offers. Table of Contents Country Club Lifestyle The Investment Mindset Valuation Fundamentals Valuation Approaches Growing Your Value Selling Your Business The Hardest Step: Succession Planning Know Your Exit Options Know your Exit Strategy Time for Action Epilogue IRS Revenue Ruling 59-60 Sample Engagement Letter Sample Due Diligence Request Sample Family Business Creed AICPA Statement on Standards for Valuation Services No. 1

Title Performance Measures for Growing Businesses
Author Stahrl Edmunds
Publisher Van Nostrand Reinhold Company
Release 1982
Category Small business
Total Pages 264
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Site Selection for Growing Companies
Author George D. Hack
Publisher Greenwood Publishing Group
Release 1999
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 241
ISBN 9781567202656
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on over twenty years of experience, the author of this practical guide provides the executive with a comprehensive discussion of the issues and tools involved in the location or relocation of a business operation. A company's search for the ideal site is one of the most important managerial functions. The author walks the reader through each stage in the process, from planning the move, organizing and administering the search, and selecting the general area to evaluating a specific community and site and assembling a final report. The book provides helpful tables and survey samples, making it easier to utilize the information effectively. Besides executives involved in the process, economic development specialists and students will find the book useful.

Grow Your Business by Mark Henricks

Title Grow Your Business
Author Mark Henricks
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 474
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Filled with tricks on how to keep a business expanding, this comprehensive guide to managing a successful entrepreneurial endeavor helps readers fashion a successful long-term business plan. Original.

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