Spotlights and shadows: Preliminary findings about the experiences of women in family business leadership roles

@inproceedings{Barrett2009SpotlightsAS,
  title={Spotlights and shadows: Preliminary findings about the experiences of women in family business leadership roles},
  author={Mary Barrett and K. W. Moores},
  year={2009}
}
In an earlier study (Moores & Barrett 2002) we found successful CEOs had learned leadership of family controlled businesses (FCBs) in a series of distinct learning phases. Because that study’s sample did not include many women, our present study focuses on women in FCBs to better understand how they exercise leadership and entrepreneurship in the family firm context. Case study analysis of an international sample of women FCB leaders, using frameworks which avoid essentialist assumptions about… CONTINUE READING

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