Yi Jiang, Assistant Professor and Associate Director for MBA for Global Innovators, College of Business and Economics, California State University, East Bay
Less than 1 percent of companies ever reach $250 million in annual revenue and fewer still eclipse $1 billion. Unless you judiciously evaluate your options and select the right growth strategy, your small business may stay that way – small. Northern California Smart Business interviewed Yi Jiang, assistant professor and associate director of MBA for Global Innovators for the College of Business and Economics at CSUEB, for an article about growth strategies and what executives should consider when making a selection.
“The talent shortage has reached the critical stage, especially in the Bay Area,” says Cook. "The situation will only get worse, unless employers recommit themselves to developing and retaining valuable employees."
For more executive education insights, read the full article, “How to fuel business growth by selecting the right strategy.”