Managing Conflict in Family Business, by Kent Rhodes and David Lansky, identifies family business conflict archetypes, frames, roles, and tactics. They are discussed with a view toward educating readers about the common conflict cycles that families running a business can encounter. Keys to effectively managing these unique conflicts and the changes they produce, are also discussed. Using a mini case-study approach, the authors address 12 common family business conflicts, how families can spot them, and how they can plan for their successful and effective management in ways that simultaneously uphold the family and the business.
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