The world’s largest, longest-lasting family businesses are advancing women, including non-family members, further and faster than their non-family counterparts.read more
This episode of Conversations with Women in Family Business is co-produced with Amy Katz, founder of coaching-business Daughters in Charge.
Despite being the most popular basketball organization in the world, the Los Angeles Lakers are, for all intents and purposes, a giant mom and pop shop. The team was purchased by Dr. Jerry Buss in 1979, and since then, it has been run by Dr. Buss and his family.
The best question might not be, “Is she right for the job?” But instead, “When can she start?”
Family businesses are not an anachronism, and they may not be all that patriarchal. Recent research shows that women hold powerful hidden roles in family firms, and have done so for many years in some cases.