Reviews Are Coming In

Growth Is Dead: Now What? has now been out for two months and reviews are beginning to come in. Here are a few: A high-profile law-firm consultant offers a grim prognosis, and advice, for the upper echelons of the legal profession. He addresses a range of problems,...

Shameless You-Know-What

OK, cut a guy some slack, but I found this one of the most profoundly thoughtful reactions to Growth Is Dead: Now What? that I’ve seen (from a very recent review on Amazon): In last month’s Harvard Business Review (March 2013), Larry Downes and Paul F....

Wish You’d Been Here

As I hope many of you saw, we held a launch party for Growth Is Dead: Now What? here in New York about ten days ago, and some photos are now back. Our generous friends at Above the Law hosted the event, which was held at the NoMad Hotel on Broadway at 28th Street....

“Growth is Dead” Now an e-Book

We are delighted to announce that we have just published the complete 12-part series Growth is Dead as an e-book.  Demand from you, Dear Readers, to be able to have the entire series available in one spot, was unprecedented and trying to satisfy those requests was...
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