Strategic Planning for the Family Business by Randel S. Carlock
Parallel Planning to Unite the Family and Business (Family Business Publication)

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From small start-ups to giant multinationals, from the Mom-and-Pop owned barber shop to Ford, family owned businesses continue to dominate the world economy. Regardless of size, running a successful family firm presents unique challenges, and many fail to survive the transition to the next generation. Here is a practical, comprehensive guide to ensuring success through effective strategic planning. The authors provide a wealth of tested, easy-to-follow tools and techniques for mastering strategic planning for family-owned firms. Filled with real world examples, case studies, checklists, and planning worksheets, the book shows how to deal with a host of emerging challenges--from new technologies and globalizing marketings--by integrating family values and dynamics into sound planning and management.

About Randel S. Carlock

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Randel S. Carlock holds the Opus Endowed Professorship in Family Enterprise at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis and leads the Owner-Director Program at INSEAD.John L. Ward is one of the leading authorities on family business. He is Clinical Professor and Co-Director of Family Enterprises at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.
Published April 21, 2001 by Palgrave Macmillan. 256 pages
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