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July 1, 2006

An increasing number of family firms discover the advantages of working with outsiders in their executive board. It’s all about finding the right chemistry and managing to balance ego, power and influence, as Marjolein de Jong and Albert Jan Thomassen explain

Marjolein de Jong has her own executive coaching and family business consulting practice. Albert Jan Thomassen is associate to the Family Business Consulting Group. Both are based in Bilthoven, the Netherlands.

An increasing number of family firms discover the advantages of working with outsiders in their executive board. It's all about finding the right chemistry and managing to balance ego, power and influence, as Marjolein de Jong and Albert Jan Thomassen explain

May 1, 2006

The definition of ‘train’ in The English Dictionary is “instruct or educate; to submit a person to arduous physical exercise for athletics; to cause plant to grow in certain way; to exercise body or mind to achieve high standard of efficiency; line of cars drawn by locomotive on railway track”.

John Tucker  is a Grant Thornton Fellow in Family Business at the International Centre for Families in Business.

November 1, 2005

To stay ahead of the game, businesses need to recruit and retain top-quality staff at all levels – but especially at the top – so incentives and rewards are key. Melanie Stern examines the changes ahead in executive compensation for non-family CEOs

Melanie stern is section editor of Families in Business.

To stay ahead of the game, businesses need to recruit and retain top-quality staff at all levels – but especially at the top – so incentives and rewards are key. Melanie Stern examines the changes ahead in executive compensation for non-family CEOs

Much has been made of the compensation packages awarded to today's top executives, with pay packets expanding faster than the waistlines of most well-dined CEOs – all too often, while their companies underperform.

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