This Case is about LEADERSHIP

PUBLICATION DATE: May 31, 2016 PRODUCT #: W16326-PDF-ENG

G3 was met with opposition from the second generation (G2). G3 had no authentic leadership function as well as no possession in the family business. At the direction assemblies, just four votes counted-the four votes of G2 members who were stockholders of the company. G3 members needed clarification and dedication regarding future in the business and their functions. The question was how to approach G2. The G3 cousins understood the challenge about them to make G2 comprehend the functions and contribution to the family business of G3 and to garner the esteem of G2 would be nothing short of daunting.

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