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ISBN 9788132113447
Publisher

SAGE Publications Ltd

Publication Year 2015
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788132113447

ISBN-10 8132113446
Binding

Hardback

Number of Pages 384 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Business & Economics

Family business: we live it, we breathe it, yet we do not understand its significance entirely. This book helps in understanding the phenomenon of family business better. The 10 commandments in this book work like a handbook for business families to refer to and act upon.Reviews"A must read for members of business families, advisors, educators, and students interested in learning about the unique paradoxes, challenges, and dilemmas of enterprising families and how the most progressive Indian families are handling these paradoxes while making global gains. The number of templates and exhibits make it a unique source book for business families to go ahead and implement many ideas."Pramodita SharmaEditor, Family Business Review and Sanders Professor of Family Business, University of Vermont, USA"This is a book of practical wisdom that will be greatly valued by business families in India and other emerging markets. The 10 Commandments are like 10 rare jewels of family treasure that will help families perpetuate their businesses across generations."H. C. Thomas SchmidheinyFounder and Chairman, Spectrum Value Management Ltd, Zurich"This is a great book that is long overdue in India. Professor Ramachandran has shared very important insights from his many years of work on family business. He has focused in this book on the most important 10 building blocks of successful family businesses. I strongly recommend it as a must read for all those associated with family business."Adi GodrejChairman, The Godrej Group"This book is need of the hour, highly readable and written in a lucid, simple, refreshingly different, and insightful style, and a 'must read' for all stakeholders of family businesseThis book is very topical and timely. It is written more as a practical guide or self help manual with a set of 'do it yourself' tools like action plans, checklists, and templates at the end of every chapter to enable families to introspect, self evaluate, and develop their Family Business Governance--a complex arena of human enterprise, opportunities, and challenges. Every concept is illustrated by real life caselets or anonymous anecdotes from Indian family businesses.
Following the 10 Commandments, business families will mature to perpetuate and institutionalize to sustain through generations and if neglected or not persisted, will be doomed by the 5Ds (dilemmas, deviations, differences, disputes, and destruction).G. M. RaoGroup Chairman, GMR Group"Professor Ramachandran brings out a set of very thoughtful, yet actionable ideas within his '10 Commandments' framework to build successful and sustainable family businesses. A whole new generation of family businesses will scale up successfully in this wave of economic growth. They should use this book as a practical guide to provide business family governance.It's carefully curated examples add not only color, but insightful real life perspectives. Given that he is one of the most eminent family business academician and researcher in our country, one could expect nothing less from this narrative."Gopal SrinivasanChairman and Managing Director, TVS Capital Funds Ltd"The 10 Commandments for Family Business is a comprehensive and well laid out tome that has been researched well and written lucidly. Drawing up his vast reservoirs of teaching, research, and consulting experience, Kavil Ramachandran explores, probes, and seeks to resolve the 5Ds that most family businesses around the world face today: dilemmas, deviation, differences, disputes, and destruction. By capturing the key characteristics of family business across countries, societies, and environments, Kavil is able to provide some valuable clues and links on how family business can remain dynamic, even in an era of rapid economic, social, and generational change. In Kavil's own words, the 10 Commandants will help families in churn to start the process of building sound mechanisms, without waiting for a doctor to be available.Reassuringly, this book is not a theoretical foray. The 10 Commandments for Family Business is replete with anecdotal evidence, besides case studies and caselets from India and overseas. Kavil uses these liberally to draw his insights and inferences. The action points, templates, and exhibits at the end of every chapter are especially illuminating. Many family business owners can, in fact, use this book as a ready reckoner and a checklist to professionalize and lengthen the span of their businesses. In his inimitable style, Kavil hasn't pulled his punches; he has been candid and realistic in his analysis--but he is also reassuring and optimistic, like all good writers and analysts should be. I strongly recommend this book not just for owners of family businesses, but also for those professionals who wish to start a business of their own enterprise someda."Sunil Kant Munjaloint Managing Director, Hero MotoCorp Limited and Chairman, Hero Corporate Service Limited
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