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Governance

April 1, 2003

In the second of a two-part series on preparing the next generation for a career in the family business, Miguel A Gallo explains why experience and career training are so critical for a future in the family business

Miguel A Gallo is a professor at IESE Business School in Spain.

In the second of a two-part series on preparing the next generation for a career in the family business, Miguel A Gallo explains why experience and career training are so critical for a future in the family business

April 1, 2003

Evaluating one’s personal approach to family business by comparing it with others is the idea behind the Family Business Network’s exchange programme

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Evaluating one's personal approach to family business by comparing it with others is the idea behind the Family Business Network's exchange programme

April 1, 2003

Family business successors face increasing pressures and new challenges as they step up to the fore in an unforgiving global business landscape. How can tomorrow’s leadership prepare for the role?

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Family business successors face increasing pressures and new challenges as they step up to the fore in an unforgiving global business landscape. How can tomorrow's leadership prepare for the role?

April 1, 2003

As academic provision for family businesses reaches critical mass, more innovations are being developed that provide an alternative or add-on choice for the sector

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

As academic provision for family businesses reaches critical mass, more innovations are being developed that provide an alternative or add-on choice for the sector

April 1, 2003

With the creation of so many new family businesses in the past 20 years, there is a greater demand for specialist education in the field. Luckily for family business members, the academic world is responding with more programmes specifically targeted at the sector

Maurice Smith is a business journalist with 20 years' experience in newspapers and ­broad­casting. He is the author of Great Scots in ­Family Business.

With the creation of so many new family businesses in the past 20 years, there is a greater demand for specialist education in the field. Luckily for family business members, the academic world is responding with more programmes specifically targeted at the sector

April 1, 2003

Family businesses may have a better time weathering the economic downturn on the business front – all the more reason to work hard to keep themselves and their businesses in balance

Bonnie M Brown is President of Transition Dynamics Inc in Eugene, Oregon, USA.

Family businesses may have a better time weathering the economic downturn on the business front – all the more reason to work hard to keep themselves and their businesses in balance

Recently I facilitated discussions among families in business on "finding well-being amidst chaos: keeping yourself, your family and your business in balance". We began with an informal assessment of stressors at the end of a typical family business day in the post-9/11, post-Enron United States. 

April 1, 2003

Striving for justice and fairness in the family firm

Christine Blondel is Senior Research Programme Manager, INSEAD Initiative for Family Enterprise.

Randel S Carlock is the Berghmans/Lhoist Chaired Professor for Entrepreneurial Leadership at INSEAD.

Ludo Van der Heyden is the Wendel Chaired Professor for the Large Family Firm at INSEAD.

Striving for justice and fairness in the family firm

April 1, 2003

Family executive teams can be a great way for families to manifest their values and sustain a powerful company. But creating a balanced and well-functioning team demands continual monitoring and attention

Dennis T Jaffe, PhD is professor at Saybrook Graduate School in San Francisco, author of Working With The Ones You Love, and a founding member of the Aspen Family Business Group.

Family executive teams can be a great way for families to manifest their values and sustain a powerful company. But creating a balanced and well-functioning team demands continual monitoring and attention

April 1, 2003

It is never too late to start planning for succession. The financial/business options for providing what meets each family member’s needs are not as limited as they may at first appear

Justine Ferguson is a consultant with Family Business Solutions Limited and an associate with Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie Solicitors based in Glasgow, Scotland.

It is never too late to start planning for succession. The financial/business options for providing what meets each family member's needs are not as limited as they may at first appear

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