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Succession Planning Should Start Earlier Than You Think

Preserving cherished family traditions and relationships is just as important as preserving the wealth Read More...

Category: Commentary

Authors: Mat Hughes and Mira Bloemen-Bekx

Outside Leadership Can Save the Family Business

This often means that the family must step back from active management and adhere to a new sort of discipline Read More...

Category: Commentary

Author: Robert Sher

Women Can Help Their Family Businesses Navigate Crisis

: Integrating socioemotional wealth and family embeddedness perspectives. Read More...

Category: Applied and Practice

Author: Rania Labaki

Our Best Advice for Powering Through the Crisis

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Kiwi Crisis Management New Zealand escaped relatively unscathed from Read More...

Category: Commentary

Author: David Deeds

How Older Family Businesses Can Keep the Magic Going

 As new generations assume management roles in well-established, thriving businesses, these new Read More...

Category: Research Insight

Authors: Sabine Rau , Sabrina Schell and Arndt Werner

Succession: Don't Assume Your First-Born is the Anointed One

However, our 2018 study published in the Strategic Management Journal shows that family firms may enjoy Read More...

Category: Research Insight

Author: Andrea Calabrò

Women Can Help Family Firms Innovate – but Socioemotional Factors Matter

Many researchers have found that having more women in top management, such as boards of directors, can Read More...

Category: Research Insight

Authors: Jonathan Bauweraerts , Emanuela Rondi , Paola Rovelli , Alfredo De Massis and Salvatore Sciascia

Family Businesses: The Greener, the Better?

looked at how the proportion of family members and the number of generations involved in the top management Read More...

Category: Research Insight

Authors: Jonathan Bauweraerts , Unai Arzubiaga and Vanessa Diaz Moriana

'CHAOS' Brings Order to Family Businesses

of a family business and represents a double-edged sword: if the coexistence of family and firm is managed Read More...

Category: Commentary

Author: Salvatore Sciascia