A perennial topic from a new perspective. Read Roy P. Kozupsky’s (Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP,) and Amy Renkert-Thomas’ (Withers Consulting Group) blog “Inside Out: Rethinking estate planning for family businesses”.
Continuing our Research Applied précis for the September issue of FBR. Go here for Ken Moores précis on Linking Bonding and Bridging Ownership Social Capital in Private Firms: Moderating Effects of ownership-management overlap and family firm identity.
Linking Bonding and Bridging Ownership Social Capital in Private Firms: Moderating effects of ownership-management overlap and family firm identity
The family effect is generally regarded as the differentiating factor between family and non-family firms.
Compelled by regulatory and market forces, organizations are adopting measures for increased diversity in the workforce, top management teams and boards of directors.
Which Type of Advisors Do Family Businesses Trust Most? An exploratory application of socioemotional selectivity
Can a theory from the field of psychology help build our understanding of family business leaders’ decision making and, in particular, in their choice of advisors?
Research Applied précis prepared by Thomas V. Schwarz, Babson College & Black Forest, LLC Almost all firms use advisors of some type.