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The Real Reasons Why Women's Careers Stall After Parenthood

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A new study from Harvard Business School sheds light on what happens after graduation, and the answer isn't what you'd expect.
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Hong Kong billionaire family buys Irish aircraft leasing firm

Hong Kong billionaire family buys Irish aircraft leasing firm | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
Sky Aviation Leasing International unit sold to Goshawk Aviation for undisclosed sum
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Pentland consolidates US via JD Sports deal with Finish Line | Campden FB

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How to Integrate In-Laws into the Family Business

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How a family business manages its in-laws should be decided by its values.
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Enduring Firms Transfer Assets and Knowledge Effectively

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How family assets such as name and members are managed matters for longevity.
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Protecting the Business from Generational Friction

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The family dynamics that promote smooth transfer to the next generation.
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When Loyalty Becomes a Liability to Family Firms

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Staying true to your roots can foster inertia when innovation is most necessary.
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How to Bring the Next Generation Into the Family Business

How to Bring the Next Generation Into the Family Business | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
It requires a plan and an education.
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Five Cross-Generational Transformations Of Successful Family Enterprise

Five Cross-Generational Transformations Of Successful Family Enterprise | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
Few family businesses are able to survive more than one generational transition intact. With interviews of nearly 100 family leaders of large global business families, we share their wisdom and ability to redefine, renew and themselves offers some guidance on what has expanded their success.
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Family Champions: Energy for Success

Family Champions: Energy for Success | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
Family champions play the role of leadership within the ownership group. This position can be vital to helping develop family-ownership groups to meet the challenges and opportunities of owning a family enterprise. Family champions are catalysts who lead, inspire and develop their business-owning families to be responsible and engaged stewards of their family legacy by investing their time and energy.
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Dealing with Conflicts of Interest on a Family Business Board

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FBCG senior consultant Stephanie Brun de Pontet served as a panel moderator for the session “Dealing with Conflicts of Interest on Private Company Board.” The forum focused on how to create a clear distinction between a board member’s role on the board and the other roles they may play within or for the company or the family.
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Co-CEO Structure: Are Two Heads Better than One in a Family Business? - Leadership - News | The Family Business Consulting Group

Co-CEO Structure: Are Two Heads Better than One in a Family Business? - Leadership - News | The Family Business Consulting Group | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
Key variables that contribute to effective co-CEOship or co-leadership in a family business.
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Why having a family business in Canada and Australia is little better than in Venezuela

Venezuela might be one of Latin America’s most economically challenged countries as its per capita income falls dramatically, but it’s no worse when it comes to taxing its family businesses than some of the world’s wealthiest countries. Venezuela – and Canada, Australia, Japan – are the three least…
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Market Insight—Critical risk: Extortion, blackmail and kidnap for ransom | Campden FB

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A World-Class Family Company Based on Values

A World-Class Family Company Based on Values | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
A firm that truly looks after its workers becomes a world-class garment manufacturer.
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Five Challenges That Could Derail a Succession Plan

Five Challenges That Could Derail a Succession Plan | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
The obstacles Peugeot, Kikkoman, Tata Group and other iconic global family firms learned to overcome.
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When Succession Skips a Generation

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Hiring non-family executives helps ensure longevity, but it requires strategic finesse.
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Planning for Family Business Longevity in Three Steps

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Lessons from the U.K.’s oldest privately owned bank, which has been in the same family for more than 300 years.
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LVMH's Antoine Arnault Takes Up Group Image as Heirs Flex Muscle - Bloomberg

LVMH's Antoine Arnault Takes Up Group Image as Heirs Flex Muscle - Bloomberg | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
By putting his son Antoine in charge of image and communication, Bernard Arnault is sending a powerful message: LVMH, the world’s largest luxury goods maker, needs to make room in its executive ranks for the owner’s family.
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5 Takeaways About Hawaii Family Businesses –

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Nicole Fong, recently graduated from college, attended Thursday’s Family Business Forum with her parents to get an idea of what succession within her family’s real estate business might look like 1…
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From Partners by Chance to Partners by Choice: The 7 Cs of Trust-based Partnerships

From Partners by Chance to Partners by Choice: The 7 Cs of Trust-based Partnerships | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
Sibling and cousin partnerships almost always come about by chance rather than choice. Sometimes, but not usually, these partnerships are formed because siblings and cousins want to be in business together. It makes good sense then for family business partners to take the time to re-constitute their partnerships around fundamental principles – what I call the 7 Cs of Trust-based Partnerships.
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Should We Separate the Chair and CEO Roles in our Family Business? 

Should We Separate the Chair and CEO Roles in our Family Business?  | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
when the CEO position is held by a family member, is a combined CEO/Chair function always the right structure? The answer becomes complicated in later generations, for bigger families, for those with more complex businesses and when governance is formalized. The opportunity to challenge tradition is while you are planning a leadership change or making significant changes to the board, such as increasing formality as with the addition of independent directors.
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Introducing Teens and Young Adults to the Family Enterprise

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Budgeting for Family in the Family Business - Family Governance - News | The Family Business Consulting Group

Budgeting for Family in the Family Business - Family Governance - News | The Family Business Consulting Group | Business Family Enterprises - Moving From Success to Significance | Scoop.it
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