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The Big Interview: Leaders need to be learners

In an exclusive conversation with People Matters, Verne Harnish, Gazelles CEO, Founder of Entrepreneurs Organization, Speaker, and Writer of Scaling Up, gives practical insights along with tools and techniques that can help businesses navigate through complexities while scaling-up.
The Big Interview: Leaders need to be learners
Verne Harnish is the founder of Entrepreneur’s Organization and Gazelles and the Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs. He serves as the Co-Founder and Principal of Gazelles Growth Institute and as the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Gazelles, Inc., a strategic planning and "executive education" company. A ‘Growth Guy’ syndicated columnist, Verne is also a Venture columnist for the Fortune magazine. He has authored the bestseller ‘Mastering the Rockefeller Habits’ and ‘Scaling Up’, and both have won several international book awards.  Verne Harnish has dedicated almost 34 years of his career helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses. This feature presents Verne’s insights on the fundamental truths of scaling up, the barriers to scale & how to overcome them.  Tell us about your journey as entrepreneur and what inspired you to help other entrepreneurs to succeed? I belong to a family of entrepreneurs. My father an...

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