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By Ann M. Dugan;Sharon P. Krone;Kelly LeCouvie Ph.D.;Jennifer M. Pendergast Ph.D.;Denise Kenyon-Rouvinez Ph.D.;Amy M. Schuman
Through tales and interviews the authors discover the altering position girls play in modern-day kin enterprise, find out how to motivate and help ladies relatives, to the demanding situations ladies face find the ideal stability among paintings and lifestyles, to the position spouses play in that paintings together.
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And Ruth’s eldest grandchild, whose picture as a three-year-old is on every box. Advisor and confidante. Iphigene Sulzberger stands out again as an extraordinary advisor and confidante, particularly to her son, Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger, the third-generation CEO of the New York Times Company. Punch visited his mother on weekends for private discussions about the business. He regarded her as “the one person he could always trust to tell him whether the paper was on course or losing its way,” according to Susan E.
Earlier that year, company founder Ben Brubacher had turned ownership of the enterprise over to his three children—a daughter and two sons. ”12 She sees the council as a vehicle for educating the family about the business and for fostering closeness in the family. Ronda, who is in her early 30s and is married to Keith Brubacher, the second-generation president, is a stay-at-home mom rearing third-generation owners and leaders. S. , Inc, in Combined Locks, Wisconsin, takes the job so seriously that it pays a salary to its family leader, Sarah M.
It was just a small business,” she recalls. But it seemed to her that it had enormous potential for growth, and she did want to know whatever she needed to know to be in the running for management. Syms more or less prepared herself for each stage of growth as she—and the business—went along. Initially, she knew she needed to understand textiles and clothing, so she attended night courses at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. ” “Whatever needed to be done at the company, I tried to educate myself about that,” she continues.