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The best of FBR: a celebration

Author: Beckhard, Richard Publisher: Family Firm Institute, 1996.Language: EnglishDescription: 268 p. ; 28 cm.Type of document: Book
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The Best of FBR A Celebration Contents Preface ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Excerpts from Founding Editors' Notes: Vol. I, No. 1: Family Business as an Emerging Field ............................................................................................................. 8 Vol. III, No. 2: Women and Family Business ..................................................................................................................... 10 Vol. VI, No. 4: The First Six Volumes ............................................................................................................................... 11 I. THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL ARTICLES Culture and Continuity in Family Firms (Vol. I, No. 1) W. Gibb Dyer, Jr. ....................................................................... 14 Family Foundations: High Risk, High Reward (Vol. III, No. 4) Paul N. Ylvisaker .......................................................... 21 Global Competition and the Family-Owned Business in Latin America (Vol. VIII, No. 4) Ernesto J. Poza .................. 24 The Impact of Timing and Mode of Entry on Successor Development and Successful Succession (Vol. VII, No. 3) Michael Harvey, Rodney E. Evans ......................................................................................................... 30 Incongruent Hierarchies: Daughters and Younger Sons as Company CEO Family/Business Dynamics (Vol. I, No. 1) Louis B. Barnes ........................................................................................................................................... 38 Integrating Professional Management into a Family Owned Business (Vol. II, No. 3) W. Gibb Dyer, Jr. ....................... 44 Life After Succession in the Family Business: Is It Really the End of Problems? (Vol. VIII, No. 1) Michael Harvey, Rodney Evans ............................................................................................................................................ 51 The Succession Conspiracy Succession Planning (Vol. I, No. 2) Ivan Lansberg .............................................................. 59 Succession in Family Firms: The Problem of Resistance (Vol. I, No. 4) Wendy C. Handler, Kathy E. Kram ................. 72 Unraveling Communications Among Family Members (Vol. VII, No. 1) Craig C. Lundberg........................................... 83 Women in Family Businesses: Challenges and Opportunities (Vol. III, No. 2) Matilde Salganicoff ................................ 88 II. EMPIRICAL STUDIES The Impact of Family Ownership and Involvement on the Process of Management Succession (Vol. VI, No. 1) Johannes H. M. Welsch ....................................................................................................................................................... 96 Integration in the Family Firm: When the Family System Replaces Controls and Culture (Vol. I, No. 4) Marion E. McCollom Hampton ......................................................................................................................................109 A Neglected Factor Explaining Family Business Success: Human Resource Practices (Vol. VII, No. 3) Joseph H. Astrachan, Thomas A. Kolenko ...................................................................................................................... 119 Ownership Structure, Strategic Posture, and Firm Growth: An Empirical Examination (Vol. VII, No. 3) Catherine M. Daily, Sandra S. Thompson ......................................................................................................................... 125 The Role of Family Business and Its Distinctive Characteristic Behavior in Industrial Activity (Vol. VIII, No. 2) Miguel Angel Gallo ................................................................................................................................................................ 132 The Special Role of Strategic Planning for Family Businesses (Vol. I, No. 2) John L. Ward ............................................ 140 III. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Boards of Privately Held Companies: Their Responsibilities and Structure (Vol. I, No. 3) John M. Nash ...................... 148 The Challenges of Multidisciplinary Consulting to Family-Owned Business (Vol. II, No. 4) Stephen Swartz . . ............ 152 Loss and Continuity in the Family Firm (Vol. VI, No. 2) Fredda Herz Brown................................................................ 158 Penetrating the Cycle of Sustained Conflict (Vol. IV, No. 1) Kenneth Kaye .................................................................... 168 Rough Family Justice: Equity in Family Business Succession Planning (Vol. III, No. 1) Glenn R. Ayres ........................ 181 IV. INTERVIEWS A Conversation with Stephan Schmidheiny (Vol. IV, No. 2) Alden G. Lank ................................................................... 192 Ethnicity and Organizational Forms: An Interview with William Ouchi (Vol. V, No. 4) Kelin E. Gersick ..................... 201 Preparing the Next Generation for Wealth: A Conversation with Howard H. Stevenson (Vol. VI, No. 1) Joseph H. Astrachan .......................................................................................................................................................... 211 V. FBR Indices Vol. I ................................................................................................................................................................................... 218 Vol. II .............................................................................................................................................................................. 223 Vol. III ........................................................................................................................................................................... 228 Vol. IV ................................................................................................................................................................................ 233 Vol. V .................................................................................................................................................................................... 238 Vol. VI ................................................................................................................................................................................ 243 Vol. VII ............................................................................................................................................................................. 251 Vol. VIII .......................................................................................................................................................................... 258 VI. About the Family Business Review ...................................................................................................................................................................... 266 VII. About the Family Firm Institute, Inc . ............................................................................................................................. 267

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