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Growth is an eventual part of any organization's life span, which is rich with opportunity and issues. On one side there is the fact that with growth there is also an increase in financial growth that the owner and employee can enjoy In addition, sometimes viewed as confirmation of the owner’s initial business plan and a culmination of his hard work in attempting to make his dream become reality. According to Sherman business growth allows small company owners with concerns that the owners may need to take care of such as: "Growth causes multiple changes, which may cause many challenges, such as managerial, financial, and legal. Growth causes an influx of new employees to be hired; they will seek guidance from the upper management to lead them. Expansion means the organization will be less centralized, Expansion decentralizes an organization's management abilities, which causes internal politic levels to rise, and this may cause dissention over projects and tasks pursued by the company. Growth causes a lot of changes that will cause the organization to evolve and change Sherman said that the need for an organization to grow has to be tempered by its need to understand long-term profitable growth, which is a byproduct of effective planning (Sherman, 1997). Smaller businesses can grow by focusing on many different approaches. The more plausible manner would be by increasing the inventory of their product or the service provided, and not changing the manner