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Family Business: Genesis 37-50 and the Family of Joseph Paperback – November 1, 2013
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About the Author
Lance Woodbury serves as an adviser to family owned businesses and peer groups. For 15 years he worked in consulting and leadership roles at a regional CPA firm, most recently leading their agriculture practice. He holds a BA from Sterling College, a MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University, and a MBA from Purdue University. "The Enduring Legacy: Essential Family Business Values" (2012) is his first book. William R. Long has been an award-winning author, historian, litigation attorney, pastor, law professor and consultant for nonprofit organizations and foundations. His Ph. D. (History of Religions) is from Brown University and his J.D. from Willamette University. He has authored more than a dozen books and thousands of online essays. He lives in Salem OR.
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and personalities referenced in Lance Woodbury’s latest book. Family Business: Genesis
37-50 and the Family of Joseph utilizes perhaps the first documentations of the commen
issues involved in multi generational companies or even businesses where the partners and owners involved have personal history.
This book provides excellent examples and tools for understanding and beginning the process of working through critical, uncomfortable issues necessary for the growth and hopefully success of the business.
It is an enlightening, easy read and should be shared with family members, business partners AND management of your company.