How to Choose and Use Advisors: Getting the Best Professional Family Business Advice
Leading a family business can be complex, and every business owner needs help from time to time—but choosing the right advice can make or break the business. In How to Choose and Use Advisors, Authors Aronoff and Ward establish benchmarks for excellent advisory services and they show businesses owners how to benefit from advice ranging from legal and financial to executive search and organizational development.
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C. Aronoff,J. Ward
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