Creating Effective Boards for Private Enterprises: Meeting the Challenges of Continuity and Competition

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Wiley, Aug 19, 1991 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
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The most complete handbook on boards for small to midsize private and family businesses. Shows how an active board of directors made up of seasoned business owners and executives can provide the objective feedback and business acumen that will help private firms face new competitive challenges while addressing such key concerns as succession and long-range planning.

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Truths and Myths About Boards
Outside Directors and the FamilyOwned
The Role of the Board in a Private Company

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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.

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