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Leading a Family Business: Best Practices for Long-term Stewardship (英語) ハードカバー – 2017/7/31
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Leading a company is a much different experience for those in a family-run business than for their contemporaries in nonfamilial environments. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the skill set and mindset required to lead family enterprises, and it introduces the four critical areas in which family businesses differ from traditional companies--management structures, governance mechanisms, entrepreneurial advantages, and stewardship practices.
In a fascinating convergence of entrepreneurship, family relations, and corporate principles, the authors present two frameworks to better understand the best practices of leading a family business: a firm-level frame focused on these four critical areas of difference (architecture, governance, entrepreneurship, and stewardship) and an individual one that mirrors these in terms of the skill set and mindset successful leaders need to develop. Craig and Moores consider the differences between leadership in family enterprises and non-family enterprises; the entrepreneurial capabilities needed by executives in family-based firms; and the use of power, identification, and motivation in managing their responsibilities both at home and in the workplace. Case studies provide a real-life look at the inner workings of family operations across the globe.
Justin B. Craig, PhD, is clinical professor of family enterprise and codirector of the Center for Family Enterprises at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University as well as a consultant with the Family Business Consulting Group.
Ken Moores, PhD, DBus, is emeritus professor and founding director of the Australian Centre for Family Business at Bond University, Australia, where he previously served as professor of accounting, dean of business, vice chancellor, and president.