The Scalable Systems organization is all about organized growth. Bigger is always better and is achieved through systems that provide opportunities for scalability. When something is scalable it means it is measurable and can be managed in size or scale.) Most often, Scalable System brands are seen as institutions and leaders of industry. They aren’t always the most popular, but nobody can deny their economic impact. To this brand, everything can be bigger and better.
A healthy Scalable Systems organization operates in the core competence of freedom. In essence, these brands provide the banner, resources, structure and clout in order to employees, vendors and customers to experience economic, social, emotional and even spiritual freedom.
IBM and Walmart are empires in their respective market. At the time of this writing, Walmart employs 1.4 million people in the United States alone. Both companies have achieved global expansion. This level of profitable growth in IBM and Walmart is only possible through scalable systems.
Additional examples of the Scalable Systems brand include: