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Abstract

Companies consistently lose traction in four key areas as they enter into second stage. The SLIP model consists of strategic drift, limited model, inadequate management and poor financial competency.

Dino Signore, PhD., Manager of Entrepreneurial Education at the Edward Lowe Foundation, leads us through the model.

  • Intro (1:25)
  • The differences between business stages (3:57)  ( Premium Content)
  • Strategic Drift (3:26) ( Premium Content)
  • Limited Model (5:23) ( Premium Content)
  • Inadequate Management (4:06) ( Premium Content)
  • Poor Financial Competency (2:51) ( Premium Content)

 

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