Entrepreneurs in Every Generation: How Successful Family Businesses Develop Their Next Leaders
Discover What Makes Family Businesses Beat the Odds and Thrive over Generations
Families are complicated; family businesses even more so. Like other companies, family-run enterprises must develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills. But they must also manage family dynamics that rarely mirror the best practices in the latest Harvard Business Review.
Allan Cohen and Pramodita Sharma, scholars with deep professional and personal roots in family businesses, show how enterprising families can transmit the hunger for excellence across generations. Using examples of firms that flourished and those that failed, they describe the practices that characterize entrepreneurial individuals, families, and organizations and offer pragmatic advice that can be tailored to your unique situation.
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Chapter 1 Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurial Leaders
Chapter 2 Developing Entrepreneurial Leadership Skills
Chapter 3 Secrets of Successful Enterprising Families
Chapter 4 Developing Enterprising Families
Chapter 5 Secrets of Entrepreneurial Organizations
Chapter 6 Developing Entrepreneurial Organizations
Chapter 7 Action Planning A Question of Balance Timing
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