About author : Dr. Mayanka Sharma is Professor and Research head at SBIIMS,Pune. She is a PhD Research Guide for two subjects Marketing and Finance at SPPU. She is highly qualified with PhD in Management, MBA, M.Sc, M,Phil, B.Sc. B.Ed and certificate course in S.P.S.S . She has more than 12 years of approved experience. She was a Member,BoS,Finance board at Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune. She is expert on the various selection committee panels constituted by the University. Under her guidance 2 students has successfully completed PhD and 6 research scholars are currently pursuing PhD under her guidance. In her academic career she had many publications in International and National repute of Journals including UGC CARE,Scopus,etc. Under her leadership she has successfully organized many International, National conferences, works shops in various domain. She have anchored various Events (International conferences, Cultural events etc) amongst a large audience. Dr. Mayanka has won first prize at Book review competition for reviewing the book “Women and Weight Loss tamasha” at Allana institute of management sciences, Pune. She is a recipient of best Teacher Award by Lions club in association with D.Y. Patil Institute, Pune in the year 2016. She is an Associate Member of Forum of Free Enterprise Mumbai and Member of 'NBHM National Board of Higher Mathematics 'Library, V.V. Nagar. Prof. M. R. Mundada, Chairman – Sai Balaji Education Society (SBES) and Executive Director – International Institute of Management Studies (IIMS), Pune India. He has started an educational hub with a vision of imparting value based education and creating future corporate leaders, established SBES and IIMS in the year 2005. At SBES, he is not only follow international academic practices, innovative teaching methodology but also focus on all round development of students. Holistic development is ensured by year round academic events and placements calendar. Organizing various cultural, sports, aca
About book : Family businesses are additionally called family enterprises. It is the most famous type of big business in the world. In the US, family businesses contribute half of the total national output and give for the most part openings for work. In Germany, family businesses contributed 66% of GDP and represented 75% of the work in 2008. Additionally, in Britain, family businesses represent half of the business enterprises. Additionally, larger part enterprises in creating nations are family businesses. In the in the mean time, as Introduction part characterized previously, there is 85.4 percent of private-sector enterprises in India were delegated family businesses. In this book we have examined the importance of Family Business Management among various individuals. In Chapter 1 we have given a basic introduction of Family Business followed by their characteristics, their role and Modes of Transmission.. In Chapter 2 we have talked about ideational model and their factors. We have also discussed about their variable and how it’s effective in family business. So in Chapter 3 we have discussed about Women Entrepreneurship in family Business. We have also discussed about women entrepreneurship developments and traits in India. In Chapter 4 we have talk about the Family Business Management of the perspective of Adolescents and the consequence while they are used to working in family business. In chapter 5 we have talk about Interesting scenario of Family Business. In Chapter 6 we have talked about the Family Business planning, needs, benefits, process, challenges, and their obstacles we have also discussed about the trend of Family business in India. In Chapter 7 we have talk about the encouragement of family Participating and also discussed about the family life cycle. Whereas in chapter 8 we have talked about identifying the next generation of managers and leaders and also discussed about the Ownership Education Programs.