With today’s national economies lagging in their recoveries from the 2008 global meltdown, CEO’s are beginning to search for ways to get out of their slow-growth ruts. Our work over the years underscores that it is growth that creates value–for investors (high returns); for customers (more and better products and services); for employees (higher job satisfaction and solid growth of income); and for economies at large (more and better jobs). The latest indicator that growth is returning to the corporate agenda, Tom Doorley’s book, Value-Creating Growth, has continued to sell. The publisher, John Wiley & Sons, reports increased sales of this well-received book. Tom and Sage are considering how to reprise the book with fresh lessons for today’s CEOs and their Boards.