This book provides a guided deep dive into the early stages of venture development of social entrepreneurship. It introduces concepts that provide important insights necessary for social venture success.
This book outlines and illustrates strategies that you must employ to protect your intellectual property. There are legal means available to you, and this book defines these means and explains them in plain language.
This book describes companies that conduct international business at or near the founding of the firm. Despite the limited resources that usually characterize new businesses, these “Born Global” firms achieve substantial international sales from an early stage in their development.
Don't think you're not qualified, or that forecasting is a matter of graduate training in statistics. This book, written by a 30-year veteran in planning, market research, and running a business, shows you how to educate your guesses with real world common sense, to make practical business forecasts, and to use them to manage your business better.
This book describes the role of the controller in a nonpublic company (small business), and provides a detailed “how to” guidance of the various duties and responsibilities the controller of a nonpublic company may be required to assume.
Strategy is about creating a plan to differentiate your business from the competition and to gain a competitive advantage. This book is about the fundamentals of strategic planning for the small business owner and his or her leadership team.
Provides detailed instructions on how to write a comprehensive business plan for new ventures. The intended market segments are MBA-level college students, entrepreneurs, consultants, and college instructors or corporate trainers.
Starting Your Own Business shares the secrets of long-term survival and success, detailing practical guidelines and relevant “tales from the trenches” to help entrepreneurs tackle common concerns and obstacles.
Growing Your Own Business shares the secrets of long-term survival and success, detailing practical guidelines and relevant “tales from the trenches” to help entrepreneurs tackle common concerns and obstacles.
In addition to the interface between family dynamics and the family's business, we will explore the key tasks in family business consultation: succession planning, selection of the successor, conflict resolution, defining the role of family members in the business, how to involve the management team in succession planning, determining what happens after succession and building a board of advisors.