No Man's Land: Where Growing Companies Fail

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Penguin, Sep 13, 2007 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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If starting a company is difficult, leading a company once the business has caught fire is infinitely more so. Thousands of startups each year approach the dangerous transition that Doug Tatum calls No Man?s Land?when they are too big too be considered small but still too small to be considered big.

Tatum offers the navigational rules these companies need, and valuable case studies of emerging growth businesses that succeeded or failed during No Man?s Land.
 

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Contents

Introduction
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APPENDIX I
APPENDIX II
APPENDIX III
APPENDIX IV
APPENDIX V
Notes
Index
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Doug Tatum is the founding chairman of Tatum, LLC the nation's largest and fastest-growing financial and technology executive services and consulting firm, with over seven hundred professionals and thirty-three offices across the country. He is a recognized expert on the capital markets and entrepreneurial growth businesses and has testified before Congress on U.S. tax policy and the financing issues faced by growing companies. He is a highly sought-after speaker for business groups nationwide.

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