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Women: Regain Your Professional Footing
While both men and women may be struggling to balance work and family commitments during the unique challenges posed by the Covid-19 environment, the bulk of childcare and eldercare has tended to Read More...
Eric Yuan's Leadership Lessons for Building Lasting Enterprise Value
Zoom’s first quarter of fiscal 2021, ending April 30, was characterized by an analyst as “the best quarter in the history of enterprise software.” Reported revenue of $328 million Read More...
Category: Commentary
How Older Family Businesses Can Keep the Magic Going
Many family businesses grow and thrive in the first generation because of the passion and commitment of their founders. Successive generations often don’t share that same level of dedication, and Read More...
5 Ways Family Businesses Can Adapt to Covid-19
This article is part of America’s Entrepreneurs , a Next Avenue initiative made possible by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation and EIX, the Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange . Part of Read More...
Category: Features
Women Can Cultivate a Leadership Presence
Women are honing their business and technical skills in preparation for leadership, but many of them still struggle with how they communicate and present themselves. Despite their know-how they still Read More...
How to Care for Your Team During a Crisis
Walt Disney nailed it when he said that good customer relations begin with good employee relations. Fred Smith, the courageous entrepreneur and founder of FedEx, felt that way too, and his company Read More...
Worth Sharing: An Italian Entrepreneur Confronts the Crisis
Michael Cortelletti, owner and “Guardian Angel” of Food Democracy in Verona, Italy, has seen the affects of COVID-19 first hand, both as a business owner, and as a resident of Verona, Italy. As Read More...
'Imposter Syndrome' Holds Back Entrepreneurial Women
The number of businesses run by women continues to grow – by 59% between 1997 and 2013 – and women now run between a quarter and a third of all private businesses worldwide. Yet their businesses Read More...
Too Much Love in the Family Can Hurt
In a family business, family dynamics can make the business run smoothly or run aground.  Many researchers have studied how family members relate to one another and how that affects company Read More...
Surprising reasons owners exit family businesses
Only about a third of family businesses make it to a second generation beyond the founder.  Conventional wisdom says that these firms falter because the owners didn’t have a succession Read More...

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