The New Family Business Powerhouses: Wives and Moms

Through nurturing, trusting, caring, and supportive relationships, female family leaders influenced and Read More...

Category: Practice Insight

Author: Amy Hart Clyne

How to Bridge Generations in a Family Business

Family-owned businesses employ 60% of the U.S. workforce.

Category: Features

Author: Jessica Thiefels

Surprising reasons owners exit family businesses

An issue often raised in family business studies is that only about a third of family businesses make Read More...

Category: Theory and Research

Authors: James Hoffman , Ritch Sorenson and Keith Brigham

Breaking the Glass Ceiling in a Family Business

Despite decades of striving and some progress, women still face a glass ceiling in many tradition-bound family Read More...

Category: Interviews

Author: Kimberly Eddleston

Assessments Can Help Develop Family Business Leaders

a way for families to identify and improve communication habits. Read More...

Category: Practice Insight

Author: Doug Gray, PhD

'CHAOS' Brings Order to Family Businesses

: if the coexistence of family and firm is managed well, the family business will have great potential Read More...

Category: Commentary

Author: Salvatore Sciascia

What All Family Businesses Can Learn From the Merck Family

in the family for the long haul: Effective business and family governance, strong family relationship Read More...

Category: Commentary

Authors: Tom Rüsen , Claudia Binz Astrachan and Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp

Too Much Love in the Family Can Hurt

While it’s generally accepted that family discord is harmful and that strong family relationships are Read More...

Category: Applied and Practice

Authors: Ines Herrero and Mat Hughes

5 Benefits of Having a Multigenerational Family Business

Here are five ways a family business can benefit by including veteran and rookie family members alike Read More...

Category: Features

Author: Jessica Thiefels