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The Partnership charter

The Partnership Charter by David Gage Millions of people co-own closely held companies, family businesses, and business partnerships, but establishing them and keeping them together is never easy. Here, finally, is the guide they have been waiting for.... Read More
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Articles: The Partnership Charter: A Tool for Planning and Prevention: A to Z

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A Family Charter to Keep the Family Business Running SmoothlyBottom Line BusinessDavid Gage
Avoiding Pitfalls When Partnering with a FriendStartup Journal, The Wall Street Journal OnlineKelly Spors
Business Mediation Helps A/E Firms Make Leadership ChangesEngineering TimesDavid Gage and John Gromala
Business Partners Need Mediation – Before They Know ItNC Bar Dispute Resolution SectionJohn Sarratt
Clearing the Heir: Defuse Conflicts Before the HandoffTextile RentalDavid Gage
Five Reasons Why You Still Need Scenario PlanningHarvard Management UpdateDavid Stauffer
Having Partners: A Bad Idea?My Growing CompaniesDavid Gage
Improving the Partnership RelationshipThe Lawyers WeeklyJay Brecher
Ingredients for a Successful PartnershipCamping MagazineTony Stein and David Gage
Partnership Charters: The Process for Achieving “Interpersonal Equity” and Avoiding the Partnership Distress SyndromeThe Club InsiderRichard Yocum
Partnership Perils: Planning to Prevent ThemThe Practicing CPA
Passing the TorchIW Growing CompaniesGeorge Taninecz
Tools for Family Business Teams: Partnership ChartersFamily Business Handbook: Building Strong Family Teams (Family Business Magazine: “What Partners Leave Unsaid”)David Gage, Dawn Martin, and John Gromala
Want a Business Partner for Life? Get a Prenuptial.Washington Business JournalJennifer Nycz-Conner