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Wealth doesn't last 3 generations: how family businesses can maintain prosperity

Author: Lee, Jean ; Li, HongPublisher: World Scientific Publishing 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 364 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9789812797513Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD62.25 .L44 2009
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Wealth Doesn't Last 3 Generations How Family Businesses Can Maintain Prosperity Contents Preface About the Authors Introduction: A Curse Upon Family Enterprises? SECTION I: INTERPRETING FAMILY ENTERPRISES Chapter 1: Yeo Hiap Seng: A Typical Case Study of a Family Enterprise · · · · Interpreting the Fate of Chinese Family Enterprises Through YHS Family-Oriented Management: Reasons for Both Success and Failure Power Transfer: To Be or Not to Be Internal Conflicts in Family Enterprises: Emotional or Rational v vii xiii 1 3 3 8 12 15 19 Case 1: Yeo Hiap Seng: The Collapse of a Family Enterprise over Three Generations Chapter 2: Family Enterprises in China: The Struggles of the First Generation · Governance Structure in Family Business 41 41 49 66 Case 2: Delong: Corporate Governance · The Dilemma of Management System for Family Business Case 3: Huanghe: Familial Management Versus Professional Management SECTION II: FAMILY ENTERPRISES AROUND THE WORLD Chapter 3: Development of Family Enterprises in Europe and the US · Characteristics of American Family Enterprises 72 83 85 86 93 111 123 Case 4: Ford Motor Company -- Wealth Beyond Fifth Generation · Characteristics of European Family Enterprises Case 5: Porsche Company -- The Outstanding Second Generation Chapter 4: Characteristics of Asian Family Enterprises · · · · · Family Enterprises of Japan Family Enterprises of South Korea Family Enterprises of Hong Kong Family Enterprises of Taiwan Family Enterprises of Southeast Asia 137 138 145 149 153 158 165 177 198 Case 6: Case of Kikkoman: A Combination of Tradition and Modernity Case 7: Samsung Group: From Family Enterprise to Global Brand Case 8: Lee Kum Kee: A Family Enterprise Whose Wealth Lasts over Five Generations SECTION III: DEVELOPMENT OF FAMILY ENTERPRISES IN CHINA Chapter 5: Merchants from Huizhou and Shanxi during the Ming and Qing Dynasties 211 213 · · Merchants from Huizhou, Anhui Province Merchants from Shanxi Province 213 217 229 Chapter 6: Family Enterprises in Modern China · · · Proliferation of Family Enterprises in China 230 Three-Dimensional Development of 237 Family Enterprises The Characteristics of China's Family Enterprises 240 249 272 Case 9: Hope Group: Making Family Enterprises Bigger and Stronger Case 10: Wanxiang Group -- Three Axes of Family Enterprise: Family, Enterprise and Ownership Chapter 7: Breakthrough of Chinese Family Enterprises · · · The Axis of Family The Axis of Ownership The Axis of Enterprise 287 288 297 301 307 309 309 314 320 333 345 347 351 SECTION IV: CONCLUSION Chapter 8: Sustainable Development of Family Enterprises · · · · · References Index Going Public: A Breakthrough in Capital and Governance Family Committee: Sharing Experiences Shaping "Enterprise Family Culture": Separation of Ownership and Management Innovation: Source of Longevity Epilogue

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