Is an Organizational Crisis a Must for Growth?

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Is an Organizational Crisis a Must for Growth?
It is typical for Greiner's thinking that the growth phases are seperated from each other by organizational crises. Without a crisis a firm can not enter the next stage. Personally, I doubt if this is always the case?

Annetol Griskov
It should not be a crisis. But it will become a cr...

Note the meaning of Crisis here...
Michael Hargis, Member
Note that "Crisis" in the model by Greiner means "...

Is an Organizational Crisis a Must for Growth
Sylvester Ndemo, Member
In any venture we undertake we expect such kind of...

Is an Organizational Crisis a Must for Growth?
Jaap de Jonge, Editor
Consider this: any firm will have a certain way of...

Greiner Model of Organizational Growth
Dr. Wilfried Kerntke, Member
Greiner's confuses development and growth. The cri...


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