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by Patricia M. Annino J.D.,Thomas D. Davidow Ed.D,Cynthia Adams Harrison Ed.D,Lisbeth Davidow Ed.M,Melanie deForest

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ISBN:
1439222398
Author:
Patricia M. Annino J.D.,Thomas D. Davidow Ed.D,Cynthia Adams Harrison Ed.D,Lisbeth Davidow Ed.M,Melanie deForest
Category:
Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Language:
English
Publisher:
BookSurge Publishing (January 20, 2009)
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156 pages
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by Patricia M. Part A: Overview of women in family business 1. Roles women play in a family owned business (FOB) 2. How succession of an FOB affects women in the family 3. Estate planning and the FOB 4. Compensation for family members in an FOB 5. Ownership interests and how they change in an FOB Part B: Specifics regarding women in family business 6. Issues.

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Written by a team of advisors, each of whom hasmore than two decades of experience consulting for family business, this book informs, entertains and provides those women in the family owned business with survival tools for taking care of themselves and their families. Результаты поиска по книге. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. Пользовательский отзыв - Neverwithoutabook - LibraryThing. BookSurge Publishing, 2009.

Women in Family Business What Keeps You up at Night? by Melanie Deforest, Lisbeth Davidow E.  ., Patricia M. Annino, Thomas Davidow, Cynthia Adams Harrison Paperback, 156 Pages, Published 2009 by Booksurge Publishing ISBN-13: 978-1-4392-2239-3, ISBN: 1-4392-2239-8 "Women in Family Business: What Keeps You up at Night? addresses the psychological, relational and financial issues impacting.

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Women in Family Business: What Keeps You up at Night? addresses the psychological, relational and financial issues impacting women in family owned businesses: women whowant their husbands to retire; mothers who want to treat their children fairly; widows who don't know whether to keep or sell the business; stepmothers who feel like outsiders; daughters who want their fathers' approval; sisters who want the same opportunities as their brothers; and daughters-in-law and sisters-in-law who wanted to be treated with respect. Written by a team of advisors, each of whom hasmore than two decades of experience consulting for family business, this book informs, entertains and provides those women in the family owned business with survival tools for taking care of themselves and their families.
  • Golden Lama
This book was just OK. I found its organization to be odd and sloppy. And thus I found its message to be diluted. When I picked up the book to read it I had hoped to see a good and sound business book on the ins-and-outs of issues related to women involved in family owned businesses. And I certainly found some of what I had hoped to read. But this book just did not do the subject justice in my humble opinion. I think if the book was rewritten as follows, then it would merit at a minimum a 4-star rating. And based on the quality of the writing, it would probably get 5 stars!

Part A: Overview of women in family business
1. Roles women play in a family owned business (FOB)
2. How succession of an FOB affects women in the family
3. Estate planning and the FOB
4. Compensation for family members in an FOB
5. Ownership interests and how they change in an FOB
Part B: Specifics regarding women in family business
6. Issues regarding the wife in an FOB
7. Issues regarding the mother in an FOB
8. Issues regarding the widow in an FOB
9. Issues regarding the stepmother in an FOB
10. Issues regarding the daughter in an FOB
11. Issues regarding the daughter-in-law in an FOB
12. Issues regarding the sister-in-law in an FOB

As the book currently is written it comes across basically as a compilation of little booklets. If you are the wife of the owner of an FOB, then you will read Part 1 (chapters 1-3). If you are the daughter of the owner of an FOB, then you will read Part 5 (chapters 10-12). And you probably won't read any of the other chapters in the book that don't pertain to you. And even if you did, you probably wouldn't get much out of them.

One of the problems I found with the way the book was organized is that it limited the discussion on pertinent topics. For example, Part 5 concerning daughters and their relationships with their father or their husband, just did not cover all bases. What about relationships with their widowed mother? What about their relationship with their siblings that manage the company? What about their relationship with their kids who expect to inherit? In short, the organization of this book just kills it.

Another issue I had with the book was the assumption that women generally don't run FOBs. It is assumed that they are primarily run by the men in the family. If this were not the case, then the material concerning the "widow" woman would have been written entirely differently.

I would have liked the book so much better if it had been more a "business book" than a psychology book. At times I felt like I was reading a Dale Carngie book on how to win friends and influence people. More of the advise here was how to fit in and be liked rather than how to be a meaningful part of a business or family business. 3 stars!
  • Wafi
Excellent advice for every women involved, or about to become involved in a family business. I also encourage the male in a family business to pick up a copy to get valuable insights on often-overlooked issues that happen every day in family businesses.

As a family business coach, I encounter the issues described in the book, and many more, on a regular basis. Moreover, having experienced many of the issues described in my own life - first as the oldest daughter and sister to a younger brother working in a family business, then marrying into a family business and becoming the daughter/sister-in-law, and as the widow of the successor son - I find that the authors did an excellent job in capturing the main issues females deal with in a family business.

For the spouse, the book provides excellent insights and advice what you should be aware of concerning succession and continuity planning (chapter 3), and estate planning (chapter 5). The information described, is often not included in a way that serve your best interest when succession and estate plans are made. Therefore, it is important for you to be aware of the issues and take a pro-active stand. The book is an excellent starting point.

In addition, I agree with the information on what you should know as a spouse, mother, daughter-in-law, aspiring family business leader etc. It takes a shift in attitudes and you need to see things for what they are. I remember, while growing up, I made a promise to myself never ever to marry a man who had his own business, based on what I saw around me - my own family and that of friends. As things went, I married into one and started to remember what my mother told me. The advice she gave me was priceless. The authors captured many of the things and is a `must' read not only for the women already married into a business, but also for the ones about to do so.

Every family business is unique and, therefore, has a set of unique challenges; I find the authors captured the main issues and provide valuable advice and insights that can help you in your situation.

One bit of advice - while reading the book keep in mind that the book is organized around the roles of women in family business, and the issues as it relates to that specific role.
  • MrDog
"For anyone interested in the interpersonal dynamics of women in family businesses, this is a great book. The authors bring a wealth of experience and smarts to the field. They understand that there are differences in the way men and women see the world, and the authors are not afraid to bring those difference to light.

I would highly recommend this book to any women with any kind of relation to a family business (whether they are a wife, sister, daughter, daughter-in-law, etc.). In addition, men would also benefit from understanding the unique perspective of the women in their business as well. Thank you to the authors for doing such a great job bringing a challenging topic to light.

- Steve Austin
Brookline, MA"
  • Saithinin
I wish this book had been around when we were involved in our family business! It is a comprehensive guide with extensive examples and very practical bullet points at the end of each section.

The different scenarios or case studies rang so true. And, although the realities are shocking and jarring to me (i.e. how women are STILL often regarded as second class citizens in family businesses), it is certainly better to be aware of the many pitfalls and develop a pro-active strategy.

A must-read not just for the women in a family business but everyone involved!