Family companies depend first and foremost on good ownership for their long-lasting success. Yet, the authors encountered many ill-equipped owners-to-be, and many barriers to their development, especially among women.
They coined a term for this phenomenon: “the daughters' inclusion challenge.”
Their book is a guide for grooming the next generation of women owners to thrive, achieve, and become leaders and wealth stewards. And it encourages their family members to embrace new management, governance and investment structures.
Here, business scholars and practitioners from 10 different countries come together to provide novel insights, gender sensitive-consulting practices, and culturally adapted recommendations to shape a more inclusive, and successful, environment.
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Rosa Nelly Trevinyo-Rodriguez R.N Trevinyo-Rodriguez & Associates, Mexico