Fred Neubauer and Alden Lank offer valuable insight into one of the driving forces of the economy: family-controlled enterprises. They look at how these "locomotives" of the economy are directed and controlled, explaining the key elements of how corporate governance functions in a family business. Drawing on their teaching and consulting experience with family businesses and corporate governance, as well as an extensive database, the authors also offer practical advice on how to put their insights to use.
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Fred Neubauer is a researcher and teacher at IMD, Lausanne. Alden G. Lank is the Stephan Schmidheiny Chair of Family Enterprises at IMD and Director of the Leading Family Business Program at IMD.Review:
"Now, with this book . . . families in business can better understand the rich power of effective governance. They can also learn how to make it work for them." -- John L. Ward, Ralph Marotta Professor of Private Enterprise, Loyola University, Chicago
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