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FFI Practitioner: Most Popular Articles of 2020

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FFI Practitioner: December 23, 2020 cover

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As 2020 comes to a close, you can take a look back at the FFI Practitioner “year that was” by going to www.ffipractitioner.org — where you will find all 50 issues.

But for this week, we’re pleased to share the most popular editions from 2020 – please enjoy these issues by authors from around the world, covering a diverse set of topics and disciplines in the family enterprise field.

Thanks to everyone who contributed and everyone who read FFI Practitioner in 2020.

 


 

Most Popular Editions

Commentary #1 on Professionalizing the Business Family (A research report sponsored by the FFI 2086 Society) feature image
Disruption-in-Disruptions: Eight actions advisors should bring to their client families feature image
Seven Steps for Solving Problems in Family Enterprises feature image

Practice Insights
Seven Steps for Solving Problems in Family Enterprises
by Matthew Erskine

The Two Pillars of Governance in Family Enterprises: A straightforward understanding of complex systems feature
The Value of Learning About Families as Emotional Systems feature

Behavioral & Management
The Value of Learning About Families as Emotional Systems
by Kathy Wiseman

Most Popular Podcast

Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices (STEP) Project receives FFI Award feature

Most Popular Bilingual Edition

Learn to Live Together, Separate, or Continue in Conflict? feature

Conflict
Learn to Live Together, Separate, or Continue in Conflict?
by Javier Macías

¿Aprender a Convivir, Separarnos o Continuar en Conflicto?
by Javier Macías

 


 

Thanks to all the authors who contributed articles, podcasts, and research this year!

If you are interested in writing for FFI Practitioner in 2021, go here for guidelines and to submit an article.

2021 FFI Global Conference

Call for Proposals

Academic Host: Cambridge Judge School of Business
October 18 Virtual Conference
October 21-22 In-person Conference
QEII Conference Center, London, England

All submissions must be made online. Late submissions will not be accepted. Proposals can be made for virtual or in-person conference or both. Deadline for submissions is January 24, 2021. Learn more.

FFI Practitioner: December 23, 2020 cover

View this edition in our enhanced digital edition format with supporting visual insight and information.