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 function ladies play in trendy kinfolk enterprise, the best way to motivate and aid girls relatives, to the demanding situations ladies face to find the correct stability among paintings and existence, to the function spouses play in that paintings together.
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Extra info for A Woman’s Place: The Crucial Roles of Women in Family Business
Now she is running that business. 52 A WOMAN’S PLACE One Woman’s Story: Making a Good Company Even Better Nancy F. Waichler was born in 1934. Neither she nor the female relatives in her generation were encouraged to join their family’s business. It wasn’t that women family members weren’t permitted to work in the company. “It was not something that I thought of as an option as a young person . . There was never any suggestion that I might want to make this a career. Women just didn’t do that in the ’50s,” Waichler says.
I think people saw me as being fair,” she assesses. “I did not play politics. I was discreet in what I said and did . . I’ve had people tell me that they’ve trusted me. ” Waichler and her husband, who worked for Follett for 38 years before he retired, have 15 grandchildren. After Waichler retired from Follett’s board, she worked as a family business consultant for six years. , in Columbus, Ohio. HOW WOMEN CONTRIBUTE 57 Resources Books and Publications: “Daughters’ Driving Ambitions” by Nancy Dunham, Family Business (Autumn 2005).
Although she sought wisdom from many people, Katharine Graham most famously turned to Warren Buffett for business advice and to Ben Bradlee, who was her first major hire and who became executive editor of the Washington Post, for his journalistic expertise. It pays to seek out the best. As businesses have become more welcoming of women, and as formerly male bastions of colleges and universities, HOW WOMEN CONTRIBUTE 49 such as engineering, business, and law schools, have opened their doors to women, we have seen women become more sophisticated about their preparation.
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