Breaking It Down In Order to Build a Business 

Breaking It Down In Order to Build a Business  Avatar Posted by kirchnergroup under Strategy
From 1380 days ago
Made Hot by: steefen on January 22, 2013 8:14 pm
I remember a turnaround challenge many years ago where the Company was perplexed by the fact that profitability was declining despite steady growth in sales. In fact, it seemed that sales and EBITDA were inversely related, that is, profitability seemed to decline in direct proportion to the growth in sales.


Written by HeatherStone
1374 days ago

Hi Lew,

Thanks for the example and the great look at the kind of analysis that often results in a more efficient business in the end. Your excellent observation are always a welcome addition to the BizSugar community.

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