Keep the Family Baggage Out of the Family Business: Avoiding the Seven Deadly Sins That Destroy Family Businesses
Simon and Schuster, 29.02.2000 г. - 332 страници
Family businesses epitomize the best of the American Dream: you work hard, you're your own boss, you leave a lasting legacy to your children—or do you? Statistics show that only 30% of family businesses survive to the second generation, and a paltry 10% survive to the third generation. Family businesses are in trouble, and their survival is crucial to us all. Their success ensures our country's success—and their failure can drastically affect our economic health.
In Keep the Family Baggage Out of the Family Business, family business expert Quentin Fleming has identified the Seven Deadly Sins that are invariably responsible for a family business's demise. Keep the Family Baggage Out of the Family Business presents practical and accessible advice geared toward the average family business owner or employee and is an invaluable tool for helping family businesses not only survive but thrive.
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Systems and Baggage
The Family System
Were One Big Happy Family
They May Have Become Adults but Theyll
Youre Not Loyal to This Family If You Insist
Father Knows Best?
Interlopers Consorts and Other Undesirable
Baggage du Jour
The American Dream Versus the Family Nightmare
Create a Strong Team to Run the Company
Develop a Strong Team
The Right Consultant Is Critical to Your Success
Maybe It Will Go Away If We Ignore It
Tell Me About Your Childhood
The Baggage Returns in Time for Succession
Evolutionary Versus Revolutionary Succession
Additional Sources of Expertise
Put It in Writing
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