Imagine a scenario wherein the company's senior executives are unable to logically answer the question "What will the company NOT do?"- if so, there is a high probability that the company is 'Stuck in No Man's Land' or is following, what I call is the 'Middle Seat Strategy'. The name 'Middle Seat Strategy' came rather … Continue reading Learning from Failure (Part 2) – ‘The Middle Seat Strategy’ – Stuck in No Man’s Land
Learning from Failure (Part 1) – ‘Growing without Product-Market Fit’
Growing without product-market fit
‘The Deception of Growth’ – Hyper-growth rendering Competitive Advantage meaningless?
Hyper-growth is hiding flaws in business strategy and clouding the entrepreneur's ability to invest behind sustainable competitive advantage. The idea if the blog is to bring to forefront core tenets of good strategy and also, present an easy framework to communicate the same.
Chasing Growth – pursuing the right metrics at the right time
Everybody loves growth! Faster the better? – the first and foremost metric an investor looks to know about and arguably the biggest driver of startup valuation. Leading investors have defined startups as entities chasing fast growth (and I can’ t agree more!) – the importance of this metric is well understood, having said that what … Continue reading Chasing Growth – pursuing the right metrics at the right time