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For this week’s edition of FFI Practitioner, we’re diving into our archive to feature popular editions from frequent contributors over the past few years.

Thank you to this week’s contributors, Yasin Yilmaz, Sebastian Raetze, Julia de Groote, and Nadine Kammerlander for sharing their précis of “Resilience in Family Businesses: A Systematic Literature Review” – an article that appears in the March 2024 issue of FBR.

Thank you to Gary Mendell, founder and CEO of Shatterproof, and Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, licensed family therapist and founding principal of UK-based Drayson Mews, for this conversation with the FFI Practitioner podcast about addiction and mental health treatment in enterprising and ultra-high-net-worth families.

Thank you to FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group member Andre Loh for this article exploring the nuances of family office governance within the Asian context, offering insights into a model that contextualizes corporate governance principles while aligning with the unique dynamics of Asian business families.

Thank you to this week’s contributors, Ellison Howard, Roland Kidwell, Linda Kidwell, Jim Cater, and Kimberly Eddleston for sharing their précis of “Families and Their Firms Behaving Badly: A Review of Dysfunctional Behavior in Family Businesses” – an article that appears in the March 2024 issue of FBR.

This week’s FFI Practitioner is dedicated to exploring the vital role of leadership in family enterprises.

Thanks to the FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group member and FFI Fellow Kazuyoshi Takei and co-authors Yukio Fujimi and Chikako Kishihara for this week’s edition.

We decided it was “about time” that we feature the inspiration for the 2024 quarterly Practitioner Time series!

Running against time—we’ve all done it! In this podcast, three marathon runners explore how time, discipline, generational pulls, and much more play out when running a race.

Nothing says “time” like history! In this article, historian Barnet Schecter explores the role of history for the family firm today.

Continuing our quarterly series on the 2024 FFI conference theme of “Mean Time: Time, Timing and Timeliness in Family Enterprise,” we are pleased to present a podcast interview the Emmanuel Mankura, an elder in the Maasai tribe.

We hope you’ve been enjoying the articles published in FFI Practitioner so far this year, which included a series of articles in January based on this year’s conference theme of “Mean Time: Time, Timing and Timelessness in Family Enterprise.”

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