Dear Community Members,
I am Director of the International Centre for Families in Business based in Bristol. I am interested in making connections with researchers who are working with women in family businesses as I am in the early stages of planning a book. Please contact me if you are interested in research in this area.
Proposed chapters include:
1. Family emotional dynamic
2.Women MDs who are working in non-traditional industries and sectors
3. Work-life… Continue
Added by Sonia Davis on March 4, 2010 at 18:15 —
Cast your vote by clicking on the POLLDADDY tab!
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on March 2, 2010 at 22:00 —
A new feature has been added to the community today...a poll facility.
This weeks Poll is 'Do you think more needs to be done to raise the profile of family business studies?
Please take the Poll by clicking on the PollDaddy tab.
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 27, 2010 at 18:57 —
Some of you may be aware of this organisation. It is a useful link for any family businesses in technology, manufacturing or related industry.
The Enterprise Europe Network South West, amongst other things, try to link businesses who need help with licensing and distrubtion or development of products and technology.
Businesses can subscribe to their newsletter which posts opportunities....details below.… Continue
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 25, 2010 at 9:30 —
Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh has a number of PhD studentships available for the forthcoming year - and one of the areas where we would be very interested to see applications is research that relates to family businesses. Anyone interested in pursuing this opportunity should contact Claire Seaman at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this further!
We are also very interested to hear from those who might be interested in self-funding… Continue
Added by Claire Seaman on February 24, 2010 at 9:00 —
I met Roy Emerson yesterday from the British Franchise Association. It occured to us that franchising might be a useful way for family businesses to build and grow their business.
Does anyone happen to know of a paper or article that discusses family businesses and franchising?
I would appreciate any help or thoughts community members might have about this topic.
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 23, 2010 at 23:28 —
Dear Community Members
Please feel free to post any event you think might be of interest to the community.
Or contact me if you would like me to do this for you.
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 20, 2010 at 15:05 —
I had the privildege of meeting Monica Lindgren yesterday. Monica is visiting UWE and my colleague, Svetlana Cicmil. Monica is presenting a workshop at UWE on Monday.
About Monica and Johann: We are both associate professors of Industrial
Management at the School of Industrial Engineering & Management, Royal
Institute of Technology (KTH),… Continue
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 20, 2010 at 15:02 —
Plea for councils to do more for family firms
Scotland on Sunday : 10th Feb 2010
LOCAL authorities are being urged to do more to help family businesses deal with issues such as corporate governance and succession planning as part of a strategy being launched this week.
All 32 Scottish councils will be called on to take part in the national training strategy, which aims to draw together a council's economic development… Continue
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 19, 2010 at 14:02 —
How to win business
before and beyond 2012
Thursday, 25th March 2010 Continue
UWE Exhibition & Conference Centre,…
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 18, 2010 at 14:30 —
Call for Researchers and Chapter Co-Authors
Forthcoming Case Study Book from Gower Publishing, UK http://www.gowerpub.com/
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 16, 2010 at 18:33 —
Call for Papers
Family Business Review - Special Issue… Continue
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on February 15, 2010 at 18:21 —
Claire Seaman, Queen Margaret University
Networks: Multi-Rational Routes for Knowledge… Continue
Added by Dr Lorna Collins (Bristol) on November 30, 1999 at 12:00 —