Published January 1, 2000
by Business Owner Resources .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||77|
It's so important that the generations to come understand and share in the founder's vision and philosophy. Authors Aronoff and Ward help leaders discover their own values and then they provide ways to infuse these values into the fabric of their business . Books on family businesses – The Little Red Book of Family Business by David Bork () This is the kind of book you can read and re-read at different times of your business life. The slim volume, written by an experienced family business consultant, offers common sense tips that help you understand you are not the only one facing these issues with your family. Family business requires a different governance system, but it must nevertheless be one that can be controlled. Building on insights from the worlda's premier family business executive education course, this book offers the Unconventional Wisdom needed to leverage the strategic and cultural uniqueness of a family business . Beginning with a single meeting, family enterprises of every shape and size can use the insights in this book to build robust frameworks that will reward their members for decades to come―not just financially, but with strengthened family connections.
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