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The Practitioner on Constituencies
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The Practitioner on Constituencies

Next week The Practitioner Editorial Committee launches the second in its series of special issues based on the conference theme of “Complexities, Constituencies and Constellations.” Below is an introductory article on “Constituencies” as a prelude to the August issues. Constituents – who are they anyway? Dictionary definitions say constituents are: People who voted for you … Continue reading

Listen and Learn – 3 Podcasts
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Listen and Learn – 3 Podcasts

This issue of The Practitioner features three podcasts – two from the Family Business Review and one from The Journal of Management Education. The FBR podcasts include a conversation on a recent article on the Cluster Model for understating a family firm’s entrepreneurial behavior over generations. The second podcast is an interview with the co-author of … Continue reading

Most Read Practitioner Articles (January – June 2014)
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Most Read Practitioner Articles (January – June 2014)

This week’s edition features the most read Practitioner articles by month from January – June. January Alternative to Private Equity: Partnering with the family office François M. de Visscher When the Ball Gets Rolling, It’s Easier to Score a Goal: Key performance indicators Yirhan Sim February Using an ESOP for Shareholder Liquidity: The Lawrence Welk experience … Continue reading

Thoughts from a Fellows Lunch
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Thoughts from a Fellows Lunch

This week’s issue is a provocative summary of an FFI Fellows Lunch held in Boston in June. The topic? What would be “most helpful” to the field in the next 10-15 years. Continue reading