After more than a decade of frantic cost-cutting, rightsizing and balance sheet restructuring, U.S. mid-market companies are moving growth to the top of their CEO agendas. Because of the efficient management practices adopted in reaction to the recession, many mid-sized companies today are well positioned for accelerating profitable growth. But with growth comes conflicting demands for sparse investment dollars and an increased element of risk.
Phoenix Strategic Advisors recently conducted a study of 450 publicly traded mid-market companies that consistently outperformed their peers over the last three years on both top and bottom line growth. After analyzing the results, Phoenix CEO Carrie Shea has written the whitepaper, which you can download here:
The whitepaper has also been published by the Innovation Enterprise.