Books for Second Stage Companies

When you're running a company that seems to be getting harder instead of easier, chances are good you're in second stage. Not a startup anymore, but it sure doesn't feel like you've "made it", either. The good news is, there is a map through second stage. These books each hold a key to surviving - and thriving - in second stage.
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13 books · 23 voters · list created October 16th, 2012 by Catherine (votes) .
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