Meet the NxtGens of WMass
- What is the difference between your thinking when you feel at your best and at your worst?; and how can you hold true to what you think is truest?
- If your family business could more successfully navigate difficult discussions and make difficult decisions, how specifically might you be better off or different than you are today?
- How will you detect, immunize from, defend against, what is lurking in your blind spot?
- What is the big competitive advantage of the family members in your company? How can you leverage it better?
- What are the big differences between how you see your company, and how your employees, suppliers and customers see it? What are the implications and consequences of those disparities?
Ira’s More Miscellany
Ira’s family business cartoons
Too many family businesses make decisions in ways that can be described as autocratic, imbalanced, undemocratic, unstrategic, and they who has the...
Many people say the shower, or on a walk, or while trying to clear their head of all thoughts during morning meditation. Those are good, for sure,...
Yesterday I did one of my favorite work activities, which is to speak to Professor Alan Robinson’s MBA class at Isenberg School of Management.
Upcoming + Outstanding
Fri15Dec20178:30 to 11:30 amGreen High Performance Computing Center, Holyoke, Mass
Creating and Implementing Internal Controls So You Aren't a Victim of Fraud and Embezzlement
CREATING AND IMPLEMENTING INTERNAL CONTROLS SO YOU AREN'T A VICTIM OF FRAUD AND EMBEZZLEMENT You may have heard Tyra Dellacroce speak about the devastation caused to her family's business, Connecticut Stone, as a result of fraud and embezzlement. This certainly struck a chord with many of our members, who had lots of questions for Tyra. Even if you weren't there, you've probably heard stories of fraud and embezzlement and wondered how you can better protect your business. Learn fraud prevention techniques, and see real-life examples of how one of our members works to protect their assets from fraud.