The results of the research conducted by a renowned business magazine Harvard Business Review ranked Krka Group among the ten elite companies in the world with stable annual growth between 1999 and 2009. The magazine states that big companies strive for stable and predictable growth, which is what investors prize above all else. However, the contrast between what investors expect and what the vast majority of companies deliver is considerable, which is why the author of the research Rita Gunther McGrath thinks that factors which contribute to corporate performance should be reconsidered. She emphasizes that steady, continual growth is difficult to achieve even at modest rates, never mind by the double digits that companies are fond of promising. On one hand, the research has identified common traits that they do have and those that they do not. To read the entire article, click here.