- Tapa blanda: 338 páginas
- Editor: Fireside; Edición: Original ed. (29 de febrero de 2000)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 9780684856049
- ISBN-13: 978-0684856049
- ASIN: 0684856042
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Keep the Family Baggage Out of the Family Business: Avoiding the Seven Deadly Sins That Destroy Family Businesses (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 29 feb 2000
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Ken Lloyd, Ph.D. author of Jerks at Work What do you do when the problem person at work is also your family member? This book provides the answers to that and many other questions, and should be required reading for anyone involved in a family business. Curt W. Coffman coauthor of First, Break All the Rules Insightful, must reading for anyone actively involved in a family business. Dr. Stephen R. Covey author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Speaking from personal experience, such practical, humorous and insightful wisdom should be required reading for ambitious family businesses. Warren Bennis author of Organizing Genius Will soon become the bible of family businesses.
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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.Ver Descripción del producto
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I thought it was bold, and said what needed to be said. I immediately bought 4 copies. I recommend it over all the others. Especially the ones with the boring covers all written by the same authors - the info is trite, obvious, and largely feels like the role of women is in the 60's...but this book is different. Highly recommend. I wish my family had read it years ago.
If you're in a family business, please read this book. I'm fortunate to be part of a cohesive and strong family business, but I have friends who tell me that the agony of a family business being ripped apart by family quarrels is unending and permeates every hour of every day. Fleming's book could have prevented this kind of tragedy.
The title of this book turned me off. I know of no family business that can avoid the "socalled 7 deadly sins." Family baggage is part of family business.
Nonetheless, I recommend the book. My usual use of the book is education of non-family managers who work for family business. My favorite reading references for professional managers are by John L. Ward: Keeping the Family Business Healthy, and his revised, expanded update, Strategic Planning for the Family Business.
Family members may be willing to read the book, although I have limited experience with that. I would refer them to books like Working With The Ones You Love by Dennis Jaffe.