Family Business

Hodes, Bruce
March 2013
Sales & Service Excellence Essentials;Mar2013, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p11
The author offers suggestions for best execution of a family business with potential benefits. He suggests that talent, passion or success ability of each member in business increase sales and productivity in the business. He emphasizes on the honest evaluation of job of the people in family business for business success. He discusses the right selection of work without any family issues and suggests for leadership in a company.


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