This week’s edition highlights thought provoking presentations and case studies from family enterprise members at the annual global conference of the Family Firm Institute held last week in Washington, DC.
This issue is the second in a series of three interviews with keynote presenters at the FFI global conference, October 8-11 in Washington, DC. The Practitioner’s interview with Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter at The New York Times, and best-selling author of The Power of Habit is below.
In this week’s issue Maya Prabhu, who is managing director of the Coutts Institute, Coutts & Co. in London and also runs the Coutts Forums for Philanthropy, interviews Peter Buffett about his unique upbringing, his thoughts about joining the family business, his approach to philanthropy, and his advice to families of wealth. Peter, an Emmy …
We continue our series of Research Applied with summaries and practical applications of two articles on philanthropy from the September Special Issue of FBR: Social Issues in the Family Enterprise Does Family Involvement Make Firms Donate More? Empirical Evidence from Chinese Private Firms Firm Philanthropy in Small and Medium-Sized Family Firms: The Effects of Family …
Thanks to Michael O’Neal for this article extending our understanding of family enterprise and family enterprise consulting in the Caribbean.
This week’s issue is an interview with the distinguished Jay Hughes who discusses key elements of his new co-authored book, The Voice of the Rising Generation: Family Wealth and Wisdom. Many thanks to Jay.
Thanks to Sylvain Daudel of the EDHEC Family Business Center for a thoughtful article and practical advice on how to increase the inter-generational transmission rate in a complex, global, competitive and uncertain environment. Yours in Practice, The Practitioner