Vimeo
LinkedIn
Instagram
Share |

Governance

June 1, 2003

Leadership is an important element in running a successful family business. Four of the eminent thinkers in the field of family business discuss its different meaning and forms

Barbara Murray is Consultant Editor for Families in Business magazine.

Leadership is an important element in running a successful family business. Four of the eminent thinkers in the field of family business discuss its different meaning and forms

At the top of the list of names of those people who are best known and respected for their substantial and ongoing contribution to the world of family business theory, practice and education you will find the names of John Davis, Kelin Gersick, Ivan Lansberg and John Ward.

June 1, 2003

Family businesses can learn from larger public corporations and adapt the new governance trend of independence to suit their own business needs

Luanna McGowan is the Canadian National Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Centre for Entrepreneurs and Family Business. She is a lawyer and facilitator and has worked with entrepreneurs and family businesses from several industry sectors to develop succession and strategic plans.

Family businesses can learn from larger public corporations and adapt the new governance trend of independence to suit their own business needs

June 1, 2003

A family business that is mindful of the need for proper planning, monitoring and maintenance of legal issues will ultimately be more profitable and successful over the long-term

Patricia Angus is a lawyer and consultant to high net worth families on governance and philanthropic planning. She is President of Angus Advisory Group LLC in New York, USA.

A family business that is mindful of the need for proper planning, monitoring and maintenance of legal issues will ultimately be more profitable and successful over the long-term

June 1, 2003

Family businesses have always been here. They have survived vast change, dominated many fields and have made major, lasting contributions to the economy and to society. It will be interesting to see how family businesses evolve into the third millenium

James Olan Hutcheson spent 19 years in his family business, the world's largest photography company, before forming ReGENERATION Partners, an international business consulting group.

Family businesses have always been here. They have survived vast change, dominated many fields and have made major, lasting contributions to the economy and to society. It will be interesting to see how family businesses evolve into the third millenium

June 1, 2003

No longer a utopia?

Kristin Cappuyns is research associate of the Family Business Chair at IESE, Barcelona, Spain and executive board member of IFERA.

Torsten M Pieper is a student at the University of Saarland, Saarbrücken, Germany and IFERA associate.

No longer a utopia?

June 1, 2003

Justice and fair process in practice: a case study

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

Justice and fair process in practice: a case study

June 1, 2003

My earliest memories of ‘the business’ were of the Saturday mornings spent with Dad on the factory floor.

My earliest memories of 'the business' were of the Saturday mornings spent with Dad on the factory floor. He would walk around checking on orders, work-in-progress, and what had been billed the day before. I would pick up tiny pieces of cloth clippings from the cutting room floor and would spend the rest of the time thinking of innumerable crafty things to do with them. The car ride to Boston and breakfast at the Peter Pan Restaurant would give us ample time to talk about how Dad came to have his own business and how he bought out his father, Joe.

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

Click here >>
Close