I read a lot of business books. I've read some that were instantly forgettable. Yet some are so thought provoking and useful that I refer to them most months in my work as a consultant and advisor. So here are the books that I most frequently recommend to clients: Scaling...
Recently a client told me I have a "no such thing as a growth hack" speech. She explained that on several occasions, I've pushed back when she's suggested a course of action that doesn't really reflect the reality in her fast growth start-up. Thinking about this, I realised I do...
Growing a business is about the craft of building a company that's resilient, stable and enduring.
Systems thinking is a way of thinking about your business. It helps leaders better understand their organisation and how to maximise their impact.
If you're always firefighting in your business, don't become a better firefighter. Reduce founder traps and find a sustainable growth path.
Chefs use mise en place to reduce future complexity. Founders and leaders in scaling businesses can do the same.