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TUE 19TH JUN 2018
Not only does management involve the day-to-day operations, there is also need to consider the relationship of the business with the family and to build the necessary frameworks to enable management to operate effectively.
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When Circumstances Take Control!
Running any business is not without its challenges but when circumstance takes charge, particularly in a family run business, the effects can ripple right through the business and the family in the business. Read More
Unpacking The Importance Of Legacy
Legacy is important to many family firms. Sian Steele from PwC shares an insight into why that is so and a deeper meaning than just the physical assets too. Read More
When Loyalty Becomes A Liability
For those involved in the management of the family firm beware that staying true to your roots can foster inertia when innovation is most necessary. Read More
UK's Inefficient Meeting Culture
Global study of 2,250 senior business professionals reveals endemic inefficiencies in business meetings and implications for UK productivity. Read More
Explaining Family Company Success & Survival
Long-term family company success and survival are for the few who do a number of things right and benefit from the coincidence of particular environmental conditions, usually along with some luck. Read More
We've Lost That Trusting Feeling
Nearly one in three (31%) UK employees have no confidence in the leadership of their company to create and run a modern digital infrastructure, according to the Advanced Trends Report 2017. Read More