In order for an economy to grow, it has to expand. In order for a country to become stronger, it must become stronger. In order for an organization to become more competent, it has to become more competent.
Basically, what we see is that organizations are the ones that expand and the competitive ones are the ones that contract. In the first scenario, organizations grow and become more powerful. In the second, companies and companies become more competent, but are able to do more with less.
In the first scenario, an organization expands. In the second, competition within the organization intensifies.
The second scenario is more what we call “contraction” In the first scenario, an organization grows. In the second, competition intensifies.
It can be either (1) growth or (2) contraction. In the first, an organization is expanding. In the second, it’s contracting. In the first, the company increases its capabilities and competencies. In the second, the company becomes more competent, but less powerful.
There are two key scenarios that affect the way an organization operates. The first, expansion, is when an organization adds new products or services. In the second, contraction, the company is cutting costs.
Expansion does not mean an increase in revenue. It’s more about the ability to achieve more. In fact, it’s only in the last part of this sentence that I actually say an organization grows. In the first part, the company’s increasing in size, which is fine. The company isn’t really growing in the second part, because it’s still growing too small.
The contraction of a company is when its doing less. Its more about the ability to achieve less. In fact, I would say the opposite of a company expanding. A company contracts when it is doing more than it could. Thus, we would expect a company to contract if it is doing less. Its not like a company has to cut back on production or hire new employees. Its just that, its a situation where the company is doing less.
In the second part of the article, we get a little more detailed analysis. The company has been shrinking, which means the company is doing less but also doing very little to achieve less. It’s not like it’s not growing. The company is actually expanding, which means it is doing more than it could. Its actually making a lot of progress because it’s not even growing.
Just as a general rule, companies that are expanding tend to be either expanding very quickly (bigger than they can possibly keep up with and still pay their employees) or contracting very slowly (they have to pay a lot less to keep the same number of workers and that slows everything down). In the case of a “growing”, we can see a lot of parallels to the real world.