Top Lessons from 20 Years of Teaching Business Leaders - Part 4

Rivers, Wayne
April 2013
Family Business Advisor;Apr2013, p1
The article offers insights from agribusiness expert Danny Klinefelter on his 20 years experience in running The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (TEPAP). He suggests understanding WIN-WIN, which is the fundamental paradigm that seeks mutual benefit. He also comments on family businesses and provides tips on how they would become more prosperous and successful.


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