The challenge of business growth is amplified when viewed in the context of enterprise value. With as much as 60-70% of enterprise value being directly derived, not from historical growth, but from the company’s future growth prospects, business growth must be both achieved and sustained over time. This type of growth and value creation occurs in a unique type of company called a Growth Enterprise. Regardless of size or industry a Growth Enterprise is structurally and culturally predisposed to achieve and sustain growth. True growth enterprises go even further to create enduring enterprise value by taking preemptive action to actually improve their future growth prospects.
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Author: Wayne A. Simmons
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