Most families have ongoing projects and policies that are handled in regularly scheduled meetings. But some challenges, like internal conflicts or major transitions, are better
Meghan Juday Blog
As a consultant and family council chair, I have heard many times the senior generation’s mantra: “We are just waiting for the next generation to
Many families focus on deciding which individual is going to be the next leader of the business, the family council, or the board. But there
Engagement isn’t only about the family interacting with the business or the leadership. Successful engagement also means taking advantage of individual skills throughout the whole family
Family businesses are full of risks. There’s the risk that the board won’t have the proper directors in place to support the business strategy. There’s
It’s a big challenge–growing the business to keep pace with the growth of the family. Since most families grow exponentially, that creates great pressure on businesses.
A successful family partnership in a family-owned business requires three kinds of returns on their investment of time and money. Families must get an emotional
Many experts talk about the Venn diagram with three circles—family, business, and ownership. These diagrams describe the different roles and perspectives an individual can have in
I have worked with several families who have had all progress, all decisions, and all attempts to change or move forward stymied by one simple word.
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