Management by Paul Engle
Industrial Engineer's monthly column about engineering management (February 2012)
Leaders push change to manage growth
A client is in the midst of re-examining the company business strategy and budget because of sustained, rapid growth. This organization has flourished through the recession and its slow-growth aftermath because it provides compelling value to its customers at a time when most are looking for less expensive means to fulfill wants and needs. This rapid growth has overwhelmed the very processes and policies that produced the company’s impressive success.
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