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No Man's Land: Where Growing Companies Fail

Doug Tatum

Capturing the phenomenon of no man's land--when businesses are too big to be considered small but still too small to be considered big--Tatum's book offers readers the tools they need to survive this crucial stage of growth.

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Publisher: Portfolio
Publish Date: 10/16/2007
Pages: 245
ISBN-13: 9781591841722
ISBN-10: 1591841720
Language: English

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January 15, 2008

The day has finally arrived. After careful consideration, the winners have been determined for our first annual Business Book Awards. Nearly 300 titles were submitted which were then critiqued and reviewed by our editorial staff. READ FULL DESCRIPTION

December 27, 2007

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October 01, 2007

No Man's Land: What to Do When Your Company is Too Big to Be Small, But Too Small to Be Big by Doug Tatum, Portfolio, 256 pages, $24. 95 Hardcover, September 2007, ISBN 9781591841722 It is often difficult to find your way forward in business, particularly when your company is growing at a fast clip. The possibilities are myriad and the next step is not always clear. READ FULL DESCRIPTION

October 09, 2007

A few weeks ago we had Doug Tatum, author of No Man's Land, in town for an event with area business people. He talked about that difficult transition from a small company to a big company. One message that seemed to resonate with the audience was the idea that to grow in a healthy way, leaders must refresh their "inner circle" of confidants and managers. READ FULL DESCRIPTION

September 04, 2007

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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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