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Research Applied: <i>FBR</i> Précis for the Practitioner
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Research Applied: FBR Précis for the Practitioner

Thanks to Ken McCracken for this précis on “Perceptions of Knowledge Sharing Among Small Firm Leaders: A Structural Equation Model,” which will be appearing in the June issue of FBR. Based on current research as published in FBR, the research applied précis provide analysis of academic articles and helpful suggestions for family enterprise practitioners. Yours … Continue reading

“Fit” and Family-Owned Business
Issues in the Family Enterprise

“Fit” and Family-Owned Business

Thanks to today’s author, Bruce Walton, for his blog on a topic not often covered in The Practitioner — recruiting non-family senior executives, primarily at the CEO or COO level. From the practical perspective of an executive recruiter, Bruce offers some suggestions to practitioners who are preparing their clients to be successful users of executive … Continue reading

Succession: The multiple considerations of holistic planning
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Succession: The multiple considerations of holistic planning

Some topics are always current, succession and transition being among them. Thanks to this week’s author, Glenn Murray, for addressing the topic from a holistic approach. This is one of those articles that can be helpful to clients who are beginning succession/transition conversations. Yours in Practice, The Practitioner Succession: The multiple considerations of holistic planning … Continue reading

Technological innovation four ways. What more can you ask?
Family Business Review / Research in the Field

Technological innovation four ways. What more can you ask?

This week’s issue of The Practitioner gives you four ways of looking at a piece of significant research: 1) the original article; 2) the précis by Frank Hoy; 3) a podcast interview with the authors and FBR assistant editor Karen Vinton; 4) the interview in Spanish. Go here for the article, Technological Innovation Inputs, Outputs, … Continue reading

Flocks, Families and Organizations: Emerging applications from Bowen theory and science
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Flocks, Families and Organizations: Emerging applications from Bowen theory and science

Thanks to Mariana Martinez, founder of Bethesda Family Therapy, for her blog exploring the relationships between human and animal groups and how individuals in both systems effect the system itself. Important insights for practitioners in the family enterprise field. Yours in Practice, The Practitioner Flocks, Families and Organizations: Emerging applications from Bowen Theory and science … Continue reading