blitzscaling


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blitzscaling

Increasing the capacity of a system by a large magnitude in a short amount of time. Quite often dealing with a website or Web-based application, blitzscaling refers to quickly expanding the service as the product becomes extremely popular. See scale.
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As Chris Yeh, coauthor with Reid Hoffman of the book Blitzscaling, suggested in his lead article in the People + Strategy Summer 2018 issue "...
In our upcoming book Blitzscaling, Reid Hoffman and I write about the power of prioritizing speed over efficiency as a technique for achieving lasting leadership in winner-take-most markets.