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Are the next generation sufficiently qualified to work in the family firm? Do they want to? Engaging with the next generation is essential if there is to be a family member at the helm in the future.
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Hard & Soft Skills
Jakub Dzik is the son of the founder of the Impel Group, one of Poland’s five largest employers, with up to 60,000 people working either as subcontractors or employees. Read More
Knowing When To Hold Or Fold!
Scattered holdings with too many people involved, cousins in different countries running their own kingdoms in silos, & the changing environment of business can often get too complex. Read More
The Right Tools For The Job!
These days the Haidlmair tool manufacturing business is a high-tech success story selling all over the world, but it has its roots in the smithy in the family’s home town of Nussbach, which was run by the current CEO’s grandfather. Read More
Family businesses benefit by leveraging knowledgeable senior family leaders with innovative members of the next generation according to David Harland. Read More
The Succession Paradox
Succession in terms of business leadership confronts a family business founder with a complex set of issues. Read More
Generation To Generation
There are five things that the current generation of family business leaders can do to make sure that the next generation have the best chances to succeed in the family firm. Read More