Gambling on growth: how to manage the small high-tech firm
Integrates the strategic and organizational issues small high tech firms must face. Examines management practices and tactics used by successful companies, explaining why growth is difficult to achieve and hard to sustain. Provides excellent insight as to what management should do to reduce their vulnerability and improve their chance of success.
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