Generation to Generation : Life Cycles of the Family Business.

By: Davis, John AContributor(s): Hampton, Marion McCollom | Lansberg, Ivan | Kelin E., Gersick | Gersick, Kelin EPublication details: Boston : Harvard Business Review Press, 1997Description: 1 online resource (251 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781422143421; 1422143422Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. DDC classification: 658/.04 LOC classification: HD62.25.G46 1997Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: Generation to Generation presents one of the first comprehensive overviews of family business as a specific organizational form. Focusing on the inevitable maturing of families and their firms over time, the authors reveal the dynamics and challenges family businesses face as they move through their life cycles. The book asks questions, such as: what is the difference between an entrepreneurial start-up and a family business, and how does one become the other? How does the meaning of the business to the family change as adults and children age? How do families move through generational changes.
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Generation to Generation presents one of the first comprehensive overviews of family business as a specific organizational form. Focusing on the inevitable maturing of families and their firms over time, the authors reveal the dynamics and challenges family businesses face as they move through their life cycles. The book asks questions, such as: what is the difference between an entrepreneurial start-up and a family business, and how does one become the other? How does the meaning of the business to the family change as adults and children age? How do families move through generational changes.

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