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, we’re here with our last perspective of the January topic of Try Catch Essentials: Hyper-growth
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We’ve looked into a lot of logistical challenges with hiring, preparation and resource allocation for hyper-growth; and in this issue we’re looking into how culture reflects the changes in a company during and after hyper-growth phases.
Culture is an important aspect of the 2020 business landscape, from cultural fit from candidates to company culture - it’s not a topic any HR department can afford to ignore.
There are plenty of vocal hyper-growth evangelists who promote the culture around it and covet those that who have come out the other side of the gauntlet and those that adamantly oppose the concept.
We’ve talked a lot about figuratively securing everything you can before the hypothetical “blast-off,” but there are some things that you cannot account for beforehand and have to roll with the punches.
This is how you work with culture in mind as your team grows and you face high-speed daily challenges.
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