Organic strategy: Increasing revenues without a merger

John Cahill discusses how his focus on people, product and profitability has resulted in a substantial growth at Stewarts Law without a merger

24 Sep 2013

 

Key takeaway points

  1. Design a physical environment where individuals will thrive

  2. Insist on good manners

  3. Focus on people, product and profitability

  4. Don’t sit on stuff – make decisions quickly and then act on them

  5. Build for the future – leave a legacy

 

I sometimes wonder if people imagine a self-satisfied air at Stewarts Law. For ?the record, that’s not how it is and not how it’s been.

Yes, we’ve done pretty well...

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