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  • This is a very personal book. It has grown out of my years observing, advising and learning lessons from some of the world’s most successful family-owned businesses and business-owning families. Also, the book in a sense records my personal journey through a period of remarkable change, beginning in an era (the late 1970s) when family companies were largely seen as quaint anachronisms of bygone times, and misunderstood as inefficient drags on entrepreneurialism by dint of their under-investment and parochial management style.

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  • Laurent Huck1 and Sergio Trezzi2 During the last 5 years the asset management industry has been constantly invested by events which have required top management of major companies to rethink their business model, while preserving their company’s mission.

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  • Women have made enormous strides in recent decades, as they entered and rose through the ranks of corporations to attain leadership positions. Despite these gains, however, and despite the number of women in business schools, and in lower and middle management positions, the status of women at the top of corporate America has not increased as expected. According to the 2006 Census released by Catalyst, a research and advisory organization that conducts research on women’s career advancement, in 2006 women held just 15.

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  • Bài tập phương pháp nghiên cứu khoa học: Culture in family business: a two-country empirical investigation nhằm so sánh hai thuộc tính văn hóa là giá trị và niềm tin của thành viên công ty gia đình và những người quản lý kinh doanh chuyên nghiệp ở các công ty phi gia đình của hai quốc gia Ukraina và Mỹ để thấy được lợi thế cạnh tranh của các công ty gia đình.

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  • Academic and practical orientation Any attempt to harmonize an academic and a practical orientation might seem contradictory at first. However, Lucerne School of Business is committed to aligning these two approaches as follows: Students develop competencies by completing academic work, participating in practical research projects, and writing a Master’s thesis on a particular topic relevant to an applied field. With regard to research projects, they collaborate closely with industry partners.

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  • BÀI 2 – Gặp gỡ nhân viên (tiếp theo) I. Chú giải Nhân vật: Caroline Grabbo: Lian: Administrative Manager. Second in charge to Douglas Hale. Quản trị viên Hành chính. Cánh tay phải của Douglas Hale. Co-owner of a modest but quality family tea plantation. Người đồng sở hữu một trang trại nhỏ trồng trà chất lượng tốt theo kiểu gia đình. Co-owns the tea plantation with his wife Lian. Người đồng sở hữu trang trại trà với người vợ là Lian. A fellow passenger on the plane to Sydney.

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  • BÀI 5 – Gặp gỡ lần đầu I. Chú thích Nhân vật Harvey Judd: Chief Purchasing Officer – Hale and Hearty Trưởng Phòng Thu Mua của Hale and Hearty Foods Foods. Victoria Song Assistant International PR Manager – Hale and Hearty Foods Giám đốc Giao tế Ngoại vụ của Hale and Hearty Foods Co-owner of a modest but quality family tea plantation Người đồng sở hữu một trang trại nhỏ trồng trà chất lượng tốt theo kiểu gia đình.

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  • BÀI 6 – Gặp gỡ lần đầu (tiếp) I.

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  • BÀI 7 - Xúc tiến công việc I. Chú thích Nhân vật Harvey Judd Chief Purchasing Officer – Hale and Hearty Foods. Trưởng Phòng Thu Mua của Hale and Hearty Foods Co-owner of a modest but quality family tea plantation Người đồng sở hữu một trang trại gia đình nhỏ trồng trà chất lượng cao Co-owns the tea plantation with his wife Lian. Người đồng sở hữu trang trại trà với người vợ là Lian.

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  • BÀI 8 - Xúc tiến công việc (tiếp) I. Chú thích Nhân vật Kate: Receptionist at Hale and Hearty Foods Nhân viên lễ tân tại công ty Hale and Hearty Foods Chief Purchasing Officer – Hale and Hearty Foods Trưởng Phòng Thu Mua của Hale and Hearty Foods Co-owner of a modest but quality family tea plantation Người đồng sở hữu một trang trại nhỏ theo kiểu gia đình trồng trà chất lượng tốt. Co-owns the tea plantation with his wife Lian. Người đồng sở hữu trang trại trà với người vợ là Lian.

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  • BÀI 9 – Bàn việc Kinh doanh I. Chú thích Nhân vật Harvey Judd: Chief Purchasing Officer – Hale and Hearty Foods Trưởng Phòng Thu Mua của Hale and Hearty Foods Co-owner of a modest but quality family tea plantation Người đồng sở hữu một trang trại nhỏ theo kiểu gia đình trồng trà chất lượng tốt. Co-owns the tea plantation with his wife Lian. Người đồng sở hữu trang trại trà với người vợ là Lian.

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  • BÀI 10 - Bàn việc kinh doanh I. Chú thích Nhân vật Harvey Judd: Chief Purchasing Officer – Hale and Hearty Foods Trưởng Phòng Thu Mua của Hale and Hearty Foods Co-owner of a modest but quality family tea plantation Người đồng sở hữu một trang trại nhỏ theo kiểu gia đình trồng trà chất lượng tốt. Co-owns the tea plantation with his wife Lian. Người đồng sở hữu trang trại trà với người vợ là Lian.

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  • Professor Alan Carr is the director of the Doctoral training programme in clinical psychology at University College Dublin and Consultant Martial and Family Therapist at the Clanwilliam Institute for Marital and Family Therapy in Dublin. He has published over a dozen books and 200 academic papers and conference presentations in the fi elds of family therapy and clinical psychology. His work has been translated into a number of languages including Korean, Polish and Chinese.

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  • The popular business press is replete with feature stories describing ethical meltdowns and how those corporate misdeeds have eroded the public trust of business leaders and their organizations. As most of us learned at our parents’ knees, trust and reputation are built over many years and take but an instant to be destroyed. So here we stand at a crossroads. Is it going to be business as usual for business? Or are businesspeople going to commit to regaining the trust of our peers, our families, and our fellow citizens?...

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  • America is a fast-food nation, for better and for worse. Consider the typical weekday. The alarm goes off and the family’s bare feet start hitting the floor immediately. Everyone’s probably running a little late because they didn’t get enough sleep. (Americans sleep an average of seven hours a night, down from nine hours a century ago.) Getting the kids ready for school requires a Herculean effort: brushing teeth, washing faces, and digging under the couch for overdue library books. Time for a quick bowl of cereal? Probably not. So you rush out the door with an empty stomach.

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  • When I first started out in the record business, and was struggling to get by, my Aunt Joyce was kind enough to give me a small loan. In my case, as maybe in yours, my aunt had heard through the family grapevine that I needed a loan, and when I came knocking on her front door, she was prepared with her offer. I was incredibly grateful, took it very seriously, and paid her back—with generous interest—as soon as I was able. That loan kept the Virgin Records recording studio afloat. It gave me the time and resources I needed to make my business a success. And many years and...

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  • Women are becoming entrepreneurs at a record pace. Whether we are motivated to create our own wealth, have the flexibility to work and raise a family, or want more from life than simply churning out a paycheck—women everywhere are making the move. We are exchanging our corporate 401(k)s and benefits for the liberation and creative fulfillment of entrepreneurship. So why aren’t you?

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  • The quadrant map reveals just how important Capital Access is in affecting the ability of small businesses to compete. The recession hampers small businesses’ ability to secure funding for their short and long term needs, which in turn restrains their ability to grow and compete effectively. The map also reveals that Marketing and Innovation is not just a weak area, but a highly important one. The economy is likely sapping creativity in coming up with new ideas to grow their businesses.

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  • Ownership Structure and Business Model of Electronic Business-to-Business Marketplaces As in other multicommunity models, equilibrium in my model exhibits complete stratification: High-income families live in districts that are preferred to (and have higher housing prices than) those where low-income families live. That this must hold regardless of what parents value points to a fundamental identification problem in housing price-based estimates of parental valuations: 8

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  • This report sets out the current state of knowledge on the economics of creativity and design and their role in driving business performance and productivity. It was commissioned by the Chancellor in his 2005 Budget. The Department of Trade and Industry undertook to carry out a study into the 'value and productivity impact of creativity and design in businesses, helping firms to identify how creativity can improve their performance'. At the same time, Sir George Cox was asked to review how best to support and develop the creativity of small and medium sized enterprises in the UK....

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