There should be sufficient headroom for the business to grow. 2. Selecting the team. And if one cannot be identified, leaders may determine that the area of the business they were targeting is not appropriate for a blank check. 3. Defining goals and plans. With the realization that taste is king and children’s diets in developing markets are often deficient in nutrients, the team repositioned Tang as an affordable (pennies per glass), nutritious beverage fortified with vitamins and minerals. And worse, it was plagued by low gross margins; growth for the sake of growth was a waste of time because there was no hope of making money. The results were transformational. In 2010, Cadbury India had its best year ever, with almost 28 percent revenue growth — doubling its original growth targets and exceeding the $500 million blank check target.