(A classic article written by Harry Levinson for the Harvard Business Review) The job of operating a family-owned company is often grievously complicated by friction arising from rivalries involving a father and his son, brothers, or other family members who hold...read more
(by Rosy Edwards writing for Metro.co.uk) The way we work is changing: the gig economy is flourishing, and more of us are opting for hybrid careers, garnering our income from a variety of revenue streams. It stands to reason then, that the choice of people we’re...
Business is personal for Eric Miller, CEO of Miller Welding and Machine Co.
The landscape of indigenous Irish family businesses varies in size and growth ambitions, with firms demonstrating their ability to compete both nationally and on the global stage. While awareness of this sector has risen, family businesses’ collective contribution to the Irish economy is perhaps underrated, as are the characteristics that make family businesses unique.
The Japanese phenomenon of mukoyoshi — or adult adoption, where a family business with no suitable male heir welcomes the husband of a daughter into the family and he takes their surname — is well known. Could family businesses in the rest of the world learn from the Japanese model?
Generation to Generation presents one of the first comprehensive overviews of family business as a specific organizational form.
As a successful business owner, you realize that financial success is just the beginning.you still have many other challenges to face.
How many times have you thought about starting a diet or quitting smoking without doing anything about it?
This is the most comprehensive book on sustaining the family business and contains international examples and cases and essential tools and checklists of best practice.
Through pages filled with wisdom, tips, guidelines and experiences, the authors seek to navigate brothers and sisters who work in the family business or who are active owners through the challenges and opportunities and to retain the integrity of the family while serving the business.
In this widely popular book, David Horsager presents the ultimate guide to earning, maintaining, and even rebuilding the most critical factor of every business relationship—trust.
When Bowen was a student and practitioner of classical psychoanalysis at the Menninger Clinic, he became engrossed in understanding the process of schizophrenia and its relationship to mother-child symbiosis.
The Balance Point offers a step-by-step guide to tackle business transition challenges in these times of economic insecurity.