The Inflection Point

In my last post I talked about the book Only the Paranoid Survive. The central theme is about finding “inflection points.” When you figure out that the situation you are involved with has reached an “inflection point” it is time to change. When do we know its time to change? Author Andrew Grove explains that we need to “figure out who our major competitor is and see if they’re about to change. If there is more then one competitor then there is something significant going on.” When this is realized there are a number of things that Grove suggests you do.


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  1. […] That Challenge Every Company by former Intel CEO Andrew Grove. Nick wrote about the book as well as how to determine the “inflection point”, i.e. the time you need to change things as a coach. I also touched on the book in a post about […]

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