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Who Are Your Coaches?

Who Are Your Coaches? | Family Office & UHNW - Empowering Family Dynasties | Scoop.it

What we often fail to realize is that Coaches can come in all shapes and sizes.

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The Vital Skills Teen Business Owners Learn On The Job

The Vital Skills Teen Business Owners Learn On The Job | Family Office & UHNW - Empowering Family Dynasties | Scoop.it

Whatever these young executives’ futures may hold, all three recognize that their teen entrepreneurial experience will serve as a vital key to accelerating and increasing their coming success.

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Abdou Sani Boukari's curator insight, April 16, 2014 3:28 PM
Patience is a virtue, as few elements of running a business will go as well or as fast as you’ve planned.
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Is Hierarchy Helping Or Harming Your Organization?

Is Hierarchy Helping Or Harming Your Organization? | Family Office & UHNW - Empowering Family Dynasties | Scoop.it
Hailed as the anti-hierarchy, holacracy is the new business buzzword. Developed by Ternary Software CEO Brian Robertson in 2007, at its most basic holacracy is a self-governing operating system where everyone within an organization takes responsibility for delivering on the company’s purpose. With roles arranged in circles rather than layers, [...]

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Graeme Reid's curator insight, March 23, 2014 7:18 PM

Interesting article. Hierarchies are not all bad and they provide people with some structure.

David Hain's curator insight, March 24, 2014 4:46 AM

Holacracy is helping Zappos.

Frank J. Papotto, Ph.D.'s curator insight, March 24, 2014 3:39 PM

At the minimum organization structure is about roles and relationships. Whether flat or heirarchical,  individuals in the structure must understand the purpose of their role and how it interacts with other roles. Beyond having a clear focus and direction for activity, they need autonomy and authority to do what is necessary for the role, the competencies required for the role, and the means to develop new competencies, processes and procedures as organization's circumstances change. 

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Will You Obey Your Robot Boss?

Will You Obey Your Robot Boss? | Family Office & UHNW - Empowering Family Dynasties | Scoop.it

In the future, we will have robot overlords. This uncomfortable experiment (captured in hilarious video) shows just how easily humans will roll over when we work for the machines


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Build Your Dream Life in 5 Easy Steps

Build Your Dream Life in 5 Easy Steps | Family Office & UHNW - Empowering Family Dynasties | Scoop.it
You want to be successful. You know you were put on this earth to contribute to the world in a big way. So you slave away for long hours, sacrifice time with your family and friends, and put all of

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Billionaires in India set to double

Billionaires in India set to double | Family Office & UHNW - Empowering Family Dynasties | Scoop.it
Billionaires in India set to double - Even as economic revival scenario in the country continues to look hazy, there will be no dearth of likely acceleration in the growth of ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) over the next decade.
India will see the number of UHNWIs double in the next 10 years, says a Knight Frank Wealth Report 2014.
The report shows the number of UHNWIs (with net assets of $30 million excluding primary residence) is set to grow significantly from 1,576 at present to 3,130, an increase of 99% by 2023.

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