Management, Corporate governance, Corporate law
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Management, Corporate governance, Corporate law


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The McNeelys companies have become more successful once they started listening and respecting each other. Harry McNeely Jr. outlines it in the following way You have to listen and respect those needs in a business family, but that wasnt happening with the siblings in my fathers family (Carlock Florent-Treacy, 2009, p. 210). Major and minor shareholders were at conflict with each other. There should be a decision-making respecting and elegantly realizing what each party insists on in order to omit some detrimental outcomes.

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