From Safety, Through Sustainability to Stewardship: The Triple-S journey of Jebsen & Jessen Family Enterprise
Thanks to Marta Widz and Sameh Abadir from IMD for this article based on the Jebsen & Jessen Family Enterprise story, which illustrates how responsible leadership and early awareness can coalesce to pioneer safety, environmental sustainability, and stewardship strategies and thus lead to impactful social innovation.
This week, we are pleased to share a case study that demonstrates how effective corporate and family governance can help clarify decision-making protocols in family enterprises. Thanks to Roberto Vainrub for sharing this case with practical implications for advisors.
n this week’s issue, contributor Matthew Erskine discusses estate planning measures that can be taken to prepare for the eventuality of a beneficiary’s substance abuse issues.
We hope you’ve been enjoying the articles published in FFI Practitioner so far this year. This week, we’re pleased to share the most popular editions from Q2, which reflect the current challenges confronting family enterprises and their advisors in the time of the Covid-19 crisis.
Commentary #6 on Professionalizing the Business Family: A research report sponsored by the FFI 2086 Society
This week, we conclude our series of commentaries about the report sponsored by the FFI 2086 Society titled, “Professionalizing the Business Family: The Five Pillars of Competent, Committed and Sustainable Ownership.”
Thanks to Ricardo Mejia for this case study discussing how education and clear rules of engagement may still be the best strategy for developing young entrepreneurs in family enterprises.
Thanks to Doug Gray for his article on VIA Classification assessment tools, which can help family enterprise practitioners think differently about their clients’ family system.
Commentary #5 on Professionalizing the Business Family: A research report sponsored by the FFI 2086 Society
This week, we are pleased to continue the series of commentaries on the 2086 Society sponsored research “Professionalizing the Business Family: The Five Pillars of Competent, Committed and Sustainable Ownership.”