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March 1, 2021

Family members behave with each other as one of six ‘gigs’ which can severely impact their family business, says adviser and author Francesco Lombardo.

Family members behave with each other as one of six ‘gigs’ which can severely impact their family business, says adviser and author Francesco Lombardo.

The Family Enterprise Adviser, founder of Veritage and podcaster said he has witnessed the six dynamics emerge while working with some of the world’s most successful and affluent families over more than 20 years.

March 1, 2006

I often use music and poetry in my work with families in business together, and an example would be the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young recording of Teach Your Children Well. But before explaining why I use this particular song I want to explore my experience of the ‘change’ phenomenon that seems to have swept across organisations.

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

I often use music and poetry in my work with families in business together, and an example would be the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young recording of Teach Your Children Well. But before explaining why I use this particular song I want to explore my experience of the 'change' phenomenon that seems to have swept across organisations.
 

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