Perpetuating the Family Business Book Reflection

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Question Description

Reflection should be 1.5 to 2 pages.

In the reflection you should explain in the first paragraph why you

chose the reading (over others available to you) and predict what

you will learn in the reading.

In the next part of the reflection you should summarize the basic

topics discussed and paraphrase the reading with enough detail to

show me you understand the content.

In the final section of your reflection you should apply the content

to your own experience(s) by diagnosing a real situation you have

observed, diagnosing an issue that is rooted in family business

dynamics, or predicting how you might use the content in the

future

.

Tutor Answer

Jesca
School: UCLA

Attached.

Book Reflection
Thesis statement: An overview of the book and a reflection on its contents
I.

Book introduction

II.

Book Summary

III.

Book reflection

IV.

References


Running head: BOOK REFLECTION

1

Book Reflection
Institution Affiliation
Name
Date

BOOK REFLECTION

2
Introduction

I found myself reading the book “Perpetuating the Family Business” by John L. Ward
(2004). Ward because I had been thinking about what makes family businesses successful.
Therefore, I saw reading this book as a good chance of acquiring the intricacies of how family
businesses are managed and maintained successfully. I predicted that I would learn business
acumen from the book, that is the basic concepts of business that a good businessman or woman
must have at their fingertips. I also foresaw that the book wou...

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