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The 10 commandments of family business

Author: Kavil Ramachandran
Publisher: New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks : SAGE, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A one step guide for understanding the family business better!

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kavil Ramachandran
ISBN: 9789351501381 9351501388
OCLC Number: 898113426
Description: xli, 187 pages : illustration ; 23 cm
Contents: Commandment I : To communicate and build trust --
Commandment II : To professionalize your business or perish --
Commandment III : To preserve your business or perish --
Commandment III : To preserve and practice values --
Commandment IV : To manage ownership challenges --
Commandment V : To redefine role but never retire --
Commandment VI : To successfully manage sucessio in business --
Commandment VII : To build businesses entrepreneurially --
Commandment VIII : To develop long-term business strategy --
Commandment IX : To give back : family philanthropy --
Commandment X : To understand 'togetherness' : role of consultative and compassionate leadership --
Conclusion : Family as an institution.
Other Titles: Ten commandments for family business
Responsibility: Kavil Ramachandran.

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"This is a great book that is long overdue in India. Professor Ramachandran has shared very important insights from his many years of work on family business." -- Adi Godrej, "Professor Ramachandran Read more...

 
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