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INDIAN FAMILY BUSINESS MANTRAS

by Peter Leach and Tatwamasi Dixit

  1. ISBN: 978-81-291-3694-7
  2. Pages: 280 pages
  3. Date: July 2015

ABOUT THIS BOOK

Indian Family Business Mantras presents a comprehensive manifesto for family-owned businesses. In this book, a well-known family business expert and a partner at Deloitte UK, Peter Leach and Tatwamasi Dixit, an internationally renowned Vedic scholar and one of India’s foremost family business consultants, focus on the ways and means to help family businesses manage growth, change and transitions. Richly illustrating each of their arguments with real-life examples as well as anecdotes from Indian epics, scriptures and history, the authors present compelling instances of family business—those which flourished and those that floundered.
With interviews and analyses of some of the top Indian business families, including the Murugappa Group, Ambuja Group, Haldiram Group, GMR Group and Thermax Group, the book offers ways and means to help both small and large family businesses achieve prosperity and longevity. Other case studies include Biocon, Reliance, Ranbaxy, Godrej, Max India, Future Group, TVS Group, Tata Group and HCL Technologies. Along with addressing issues as varied as governance systems, professionalism, intergenerational integration, generational transition and family business conflicts, the authors make a vital point: in the absence of foresight, no business is immune to decline.

AUTHOR OF THE BOOK

Peter Leach is a partner in Deloitte LLP in the UK and heads the firm’s global Family Enterprise Consulting practice. With over thirty years of experience as a business advisor, teacher and facilitator working with family business owners internationally, he is widely regarded as one of the founding fathers of family business thinking.
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atwamasi Dixit is the founder of FABRIC (Family Business Research International Centre), a global boutique consulting firm, offering family business advisory services and coaching to family business entrepreneurs for over two decades. He has mastered the integration of Vedic principles with contemporary psychology and business management.