- The More You Focus, The Better You Scale--Zentrick's Pieter Mees Video interactivity scaleup Zentrick struggled to establish itself in three markets. Focusing on just one changed everything.
- A Focused Fortress Restoring growth momentum in a scaleup company means focusing on the one product-market that the company has the biggest chance of dominating.
- Following the Wrong Theory of Growth Many ScaleUps are scrambling to reach former rates of growth. But are they using the right methods? More often than not, I suspect they apply what Chris Zook calls “The Wrong Theory of Growth”
- When Startup Growth Stalls Most startups struggle with one or more growth stalls after Product-Market-Fit. What should founders do when growth is stalling?
- 32.6X the Opportunity Why do scaleups obsess so much over Product-Market-Dominance? Especially because the opportunity is so big.
- Failure after Product-Market-Fit Has your startup reached Product-Market-Fit? It is time to set your eyes on Product-Market-Domination.
- The 6 levers for a successful strategy council One of the best ways to elevate strategic thinking in your mid-stage startup is to launch a Strategy Council, separate from the Executive Team. Here are the key rules to make it hit the ground running.
- Will I launch faster with a broader target market? Merv from Santa Clara asks: “Our product will benefit many different people. Should we not increase success of our launch by selling it to as broad a market as possible?
- My scale-up is grinding to a halt! Why is everything so much slower? Dear Roland, I am worried that my scale-up is grinding to a halt. When we were a startup we could bring our first product to market so fast. Customers loved how fast we could fix things for them. But now that we’re a scale-up, everything is slowing down. Each of our three products develops much slower. Sales and engineering are in constant conflict. Customer tech support has trouble integrating what we sell. I thought things should get easier after we added more resources? How can we stay as fast and agile as we used to be?
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