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Emerging Business Seminar ( Phoenix) – How To Survive “No Man’s Land” – October 2, 2013

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While starting a company is difficult, leading it when it begins to catch fire is even more challenging. When a business has outgrown the habits and practices that fueled its early growth, it enters the perilous “no man’s land.”

In “no man’s land,” the natural tendencies of a lonely entrepreneur clash with certain immutable laws of growth. The result is confusion, frustration, stagnation, loss of employee morale, and, at worst, financial failure. When companies become too big to be small and too small to be big, they must adopt new practices, implement scalable systems and identify the next generation of leadership. They must find a way to navigate through “no man’s land” and prepare for the next phase of their corporate lifecycle.

Snell & Wilmer invites you to the next program in the Emerging Business Seminar Series, where partner Brian J. Burt and his guest, Doug Tatum of Newport Board Group, will discuss how to survive “no man’s land.”

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