Bankston Says: Is Change About “Loss”? When asked about the significance of the material they had just reviewed Dr. Bankston responded. “… the ideas contained in these general change models, and there are quite a few really good ones… all make good sense and are important considerations that have been… read more →
Are We Spoiled by Conveniences? (Part 2)
…The occasion of our visit to England was the participation in the 2013 ISPSO (International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations) Annual Meeting. The meeting was held at Oxford University’s St. Catherine’s College. The accommodations were in the college’s dormitories, and the… read more →
In many ways, it seems those of us living in the United States may have become a bit spoiled by conveniences. I am given cause to consider this possibility after having recently returned from England, a country that is currently experiencing an extreme heat wave of near unprecedented proportions.
Why do some Family Businesses work better than others?
Family firms are sometimes seen as a hindrance in modern economies… In 1990, in Scale and Scope, Chandler attributed Britain’s relative decline…to personal capitalism [family business ownership]. (Jones, 2008) In other cases they are seen as “… the backbone of the… read more →