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A new pilot study: how to grow from 25 to 100 employees and get yourself on the road to becoming a champion!

Making the jump!

Making the jump!

Montreal, 16 September 2016

The growth phase from 25 to 100 employees is filled with leadership and operational challenges, recurring errors and hidden traps. Young CEOs may find the journey surprisingly testing. Many fail for mistakes that could be avoided or prevented. And there is not always a second chance for CEOs. This groundbreaking study will aim to highlight the best moves, the best practices and practical roadmaps to ease the path. At a level of 100+ employees, companies can take bigger bites, aim at larger projects and conquer new markets. They have an option to become  champions.  At 25, you have to make smart moves and your margin of error is slim.

With the support of the Centre Laurent Beaudoin, the executive center from the University of Sherbrooke, and Leaders & Cie, a reputed executive headhunter and specialist in leadership, we are conducting interviews with young CEOs (20-30), experienced CEOs (100+)and a dearth of experts on SMEs. We have talked to more than 40 people so far and collected great observations and insights. Our last interviewee was Daniel Lamarre, CEO of Cirque du Soleil.

If you would like to share your views and nuggets of wisdom, we would love to hear from you. Get in touch, shoot your your remarks or call us.  In any event, you will hear from us.

André Du Sault, MBA (LBS), MPA (Harvard)




Posted in Governance, Innovation & organisation, Management ideas, Strategy & globalisation.

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