Family values and value creation: the fostering of enduring values within family-owned businesses

Contributor(s): Tapies, Josep [Editor] | Ward, John L [Editor]
Publisher: New York Palgrave Macmillan 2008Description: xvi, 275 pISBN: 9780230212190Subject(s): Family-owned business enterprises - CongressesDDC classification: 658.04 Summary: This collection of conceptual work and empirical research proposes a multi-dimension framework to describe family business systems and brings new insights to families in the work place. This book is a selection of papers created by contributors for the IESE Business School International Family Owned Business Conference, 2008. It offers a theory of family history and demographic factors that drive the resolution of the issue. It includes conceptual work and empirical study, looking at both theory and practice. Governing a large family of shareholders raises many challenging issues. This collection of conceptual work and empirical research proposes a multi-dimension framework to describe family business systems and brings new insights to families on how they can transfer important values to the next generation of staff. Source: http://www.alibris.com/
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Selected papers from an international conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of IESE

This collection of conceptual work and empirical research proposes a multi-dimension framework to describe family business systems and brings new insights to families in the work place. This book is a selection of papers created by contributors for the IESE Business School International Family Owned Business Conference, 2008. It offers a theory of family history and demographic factors that drive the resolution of the issue. It includes conceptual work and empirical study, looking at both theory and practice. Governing a large family of shareholders raises many challenging issues. This collection of conceptual work and empirical research proposes a multi-dimension framework to describe family business systems and brings new insights to families on how they can transfer important values to the next generation of staff. Source: http://www.alibris.com/

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