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Patricia Schiff Estess
Having an Open-Book Policy
Enough with the secrets--give your key employees the financial information they need to help you run a successful business.
How to Review Your Siblings
Rating your sibling's performance means treading on delicate--and potentially explosive--ground. In fact, maybe it's better to call the whole thing off.
Don't Get Personal
Taking the personal out of personnel isn't easy when you're talking about family.
Attracting Non-Family Employees
As appealing as the cozy atmosphere of a family business may be, you can't beat incentives for hooking good managers.
The Best Family Business Meetings
When the family works and plays together, there's a good chance the family business will stay together.
Keep It Together
Prevent your board members from jumping ship.
Are Your Kids Wrecking Your Business?
You've welcomed your kids into the family business--and you're ready to pull your hair out. Now what?
Are you gambling with the future of your company? Why staff rotation is risky business
More Than Money
Cash-poor friends may still have a lot to contribute.
Avoiding a Too-Early Succession
Hand your kids a key to the business too early, and you could unlock the wrong attitude.
Getting Management Help From the Next Generation
In order to roll with the times, family business leaders must rely on people other than themselves-their successors.
What's the hidden cost of hiring relatives as suppliers or advisors? Family feuds.
In-Laws and Order
Think hiring an in-law is just like hiring any other employee? Think again.
Want to borrow money from loved ones without losing them? Read on.
Theory of Un-Relativity
How to keep nonfamily managers happy in order to grow your business.
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