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Mango Languages: Crain's Detroit Business Article

Jason Teshuba was recently interviewed by Crain's Detroit Business about running a second stage company.

We are experiencing lots of growth and managing that growth well is critical to success.

Excerpt from the article:

Teshuba said he and his management team ask three questions about any potential deal, guided by the “hedgehog concept” described in Jim Collins' popular 2001 book Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap ... And Others Don't.

“If you can, imagine three circles and they all intersect in the middle,” Teshuba explained. “You're trying to discover what the company is deeply passionate about, what it has the potential to be the best at, and what drives the company's economics. The point in the middle is the hedgehog.”

Check out the article here to read more.

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