Where a business was once almost invariably handed from father to son, it is now increasingly passed from a founder to a next-generation sibling team. Brothers and sisters own and run businesses together in relationships that can be characterized by strength, joy, love and support or by dysfunction, disharmony and disaster. "Making Sibling Teams Work" will help those who have accepted the responsibility of preserving and building a business to find success in their own generation while setting the stage for the generation to follow.
'As a fourth generation leader in a large family, I am concerned with relationship between both siblings and cousins. We constantly face the challenges of maintaining a healthy, connected family and of nurturing the relationship between our family and our business. Making Sibling Teams Work: The Next Generation shows once again the practical insights and experienced wisdom that Aronoff, Astrachan, Mendoza, and Ward bring to those who seek family and business success across generations.' - R. Mark Litzsinger, Chairman of the Board, Follett Corporation 'A tremendous resource for siblings to use in creating a working structure from which to grow the business.' - Michael Beddor, President, Japs-Olson Co., Inc., Minneapolis, MN 'While each volume contains helpful solutions to the issues it covers, it is the guidance on how to tackle the process of addressing the different issues, and the emphasis on the benefits which can stem from the process itself, which make the Family Business Leadership Series of unique value to everyone involved in a family business - not just the owners.' - David Grant, Director (retired), William Grant & Sons Ltd., (Distillers of Glenfiddich and other fine Scotch whiskeys)Book Description:
A resource for helping the siblings in the family business become an effective, cohesive, and fully functioning partnership
Descrizione libro Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0230111084