By Hitendra Patil
When firms want to grow but can’t, the problem is neither economy nor resources.
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- There are firms that do not want to grow. As long as it is by conscious, purposeful choice, it is a decision well respected.
- There are firms that believe that they cannot grow beyond what they have already achieved.
- Then there are firms that want to grow but struggle to break the shackles of being where they are now.