Vadim Kotelnikov

Business Growth Strategies

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo VadiK

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Business Growth Strategies HR2 LP2 - high risk high return,low risk, low retunr  

Sustainable business growth strategy is a practical approach to achieving top-line growth and bottom-line results.

Its two main sources are

① Low-Risk, Low Return (LR2) strategies

② High Risk, High Return (HR2) strategies




Business Success 360





Two Components of Sustainable Growth Strategy





Low Risk, Low Return (LR2)

Continuous Improvement Culture: continuous effort to improve organizational climate and productivity of the core business in response to continuous changes in the marketplace.

Efficiency Improvement

Continuous Improvement Firm (CIF)




High Risk, High Return (HR2)

Durable Venture Strategy: investment in innovation and new product/service development, new business creation, and external venture investing in new technologies and emerging markets.

Blue Ocean Strategy: 6 Principles

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Improvement Strategies vs. Venture Strategies





Improving Processes

Addressing the ever-changing needs of current customers and keeping cash flow healthy. Cost-cutting efforts can build your bottom line.


Lean Enterprise

80/20 Principle of Profit Growth




Radical Innovation

It is radical innovation and new game changing breakthroughs that will launch your company into new markets, make you a market leader, enable rapid growth, and create high return on investment.


Radical vs. Incremental Innovation

Blue Ocean vs. Red Ocean Strategies



Head of Growth tasks growth hacking managing growth nurturing growth  

Head of Growth

A Head of Growth is a top manager who is focused on growth and growth alone.

Growth Hacking Team

A growth hacking team focuses on building and engaging the user base of a business.





Continuous Learning and Change

Two types of changes influence the marketplace: ① Organic, continuous, and ② Radical, discontinuous, driven by radical innovation. Your company must become a learning organization that changes and adapts to suit the changing environment.

Change Management