What’s the Best Way to Manage Your Company’s Growth?

In a short article for Forbes, Paul B. Brown reassesses some old tenets of business to see what is still true about healthy business growth. Among other things, he finds that subcontracting is still a good idea, because it allows owners to stick with what they know instead of having to learn another business. You can even maintain low pricing if you play one contractor off against another. When it comes to hiring, Brown believes in the beginning that you might want to hire people who are a little overqualified. They might not have enough work to do at first, but as the business grows, they will come ready-equipped to handle new responsibilities. To hear more, you can read Brown’s full article here:

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