You Can't Fire Me, I'm Your Father: What Every Family Business Needs to Know for Success
Issues that matter most to families in business together are addressed in this book. When family and business mix the results can bring rewards or they can bring tension. The author presents practices for handling the people issues in family business and looks at what to embrace and what to avoid.
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