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January 3, 2013

Asian family businesses have become the target of top business schools, with International Management Institute, Indian School of Business and Insead all recently launching courses aimed at next-gens.

Asian family businesses have become the target of top business schools, with International Management Institute, Indian School of Business and Insead all recently launching courses aimed at next-gens.

The move is linked to a lack of targeted educational opportunities for family business leaders in Asia, said Ashutosh Khanna, the coordinator for IMI's new family business MBA.

July 26, 2012

The digital natives of Generation Y are starting to work in their families’ businesses. And with their work ethic and understanding of social media, they’re already starting to shake things up.

They were the children born into the final decades of the 20th century. Sometimes branded Generation “me” or Generation “I”, but mostly known as Generation “Y”, they’re supposedly tech-savvy and globally focused, but also arrogant, with short attention spans, and expect to be able to have it “all” when it comes to family and work-life balance.

July 2, 2012

Non-family employees are being overlooked in Indian family businesses, because of a combination of company heads trusting their relatives more than outsiders and a culture where family members are required to work in the firm.

Non-family employees are being overlooked in Indian family businesses, because of a combination of company heads trusting their relatives more than outsiders and a culture where family members are required to work in the firm.

That’s according to Kavil Ramachandran, a professor at the Indian School of Business and the author of a report, Challenges Faced by Family Businesses in India, released last week.

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