Management; genogram

Management; genogram

Chapter 2
1. Prepare a genogram for yourself beginning with one set of great-grandparents (maternal or paternal) and ending one generation after yours. Do not submit the actual genogram. Submit the number of relatives for each generation (do the best you can, if approximating note the approximation).

2. If this family were in control of a $500,000,000.00 company, describe how policies would help to ensure family control of this company. What specific items should be included in this policy to protect your assets/controlling interest and those of your children?

3. In the presence of greed, delinquent behavior, etc., how should these policies address non-compliant family members to protect the good of the whole and those who want to continue family control?


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