Big companies start off with verve and energy and aspiration and incredible values that fuel their growth, then grow to the point that they’re no longer in tune with what really moved the enterprise forward in the first place.
It happened to McDonald’s, it happened to IBM, and it even happened to Apple and Nokia.
For long Nokia was considered one of the most innovative companies in the world. But now they are in trouble: Pride, complacency, timing, mismanagement – or a combination?
No company symbolizes precipitous growth better than Starbucks. But what happened to their culture? What went wrong? Watch the video:
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Wake up call – don’t let things get arrogant — http://www.torbenrick.eu/t/r/irf
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