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 ladies play in state-of-the-art relatives enterprise, taking a look at the best way to inspire and aid girls family, to the demanding situations ladies face to find the fitting stability among paintings and lifestyles, to the position spouses play in that paintings together.
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Under Wanda’s leadership, Ferragamo expanded into a diversified luxury fashion house. Wanda ran the Florencebased company until her eldest son, Ferruccio, could take over as CEO in 1984. Then, for many more years, she stayed on as board chair. All of the children in this close-knit family became part of the business. The eldest, daughter, Fiamma, joined at age 16 and was the only child to actually work with her father. Fiamma had a brilliant career at Ferragamo, as vice president and designer extraordinaire, until her untimely death from cancer in 1998.
I was promoted from there to the wash-tub. Then I was promoted to the cook kitchen, and from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations. —Madam C. J. Walker, founder of a fourth-generation family business, in a 1912 speech [Women] need to get the kind of education that would be appropriate. They need to get outside experience, away from their family business. They need to prove themselves someplace else and make their mistakes someplace else as well. They need to be clear about who they are and what they can bring to the business.
Copresident. Many businesses are founded by husband and wife teams. Both spouses are essential to the growth and development of the business. Each plays a key role in the business. Marion and Herbert Sandler cofounded Golden West Financial and actually rotated in the CEO slot until the business was sold to Wachovia in 2006. D. and Ruth 34 A WOMAN’S PLACE McKee founded McKee Foods, makers of Little Debbie brand snack cakes. D. focused on production and was brilliant at building complex machines to make, bake, and package Swiss Rolls, Oatmeal Cream Pies, and other varieties.
A Woman’s Place: The Crucial Roles of Women in Family Business by Ann M. Dugan;Sharon P. Krone;Kelly LeCouvie Ph.D.;Jennifer M. Pendergast Ph.D.;Denise Kenyon-Rouvinez Ph.D.;Amy M. Schuman