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March 1, 2006

As a business family moves through the progressive stages of transition, there are the associated challenges of each stage to confront. None more so than when the family has exceeded the cousin collaboration. But don’t lose the family bond, writes John Ward

John Ward is principle of the Family Business Consulting Group. www.efamilybusiness.com

As a business family moves through the progressive stages of transition, there are the associated challenges of each stage to confront. None more so than when the family has exceeded the cousin collaboration. But don't lose the family bond, writes John Ward

March 1, 2005

As small family businesses evolve into multi-national corporations, the third and fourth generations can tend to feel distanced from the central management of the company. An annual ‘cousins’ consortium’ can help maintain harmony, explain Bonnie Brown and Chester Weber

Bonnie M Brown is President of Transition Dynamics Inc. www.transitiondynamicsinc.com. chester E weber  is an associate of Wealthbridge Partners. www.wealthbridgepartners.com

As small family businesses evolve into multi-national corporations, the third and fourth generations can tend to feel distanced from the central management of the company. An annual 'cousins' consortium' can help maintain harmony, explain Bonnie Brown and Chester Weber

January 1, 2004

Just Born’s Peeps outnumber humans by four to one in their homeland. Now the company is to expand that reach internationally with a bold migration strategy

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Just Born's Peeps outnumber humans by four to one in their homeland. Now the company is to expand that reach internationally with a bold migration strategy

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