High-growth companies are of special interest to managers, investors, and the public at large. The authors of this article draw on their experience with several such firms to identify a set of common human resource problems that these companies seem to share. How these problems are addressed has a significant bearing on the continued ability of the company to maintain its record of success, these authors maintain. Several solutions used by successful rapid-growth companies are presented.
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