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Articles tagged: Family Business

Family Dynamics in Business

The Art of Balancing Family Dynamics in Family-Owned Businesses

It’s vital to balance corporate governance with family dynamics. Family-owned businesses fail when relatives’ goals and values don’t align.

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Forming A Peer Advisory Board To Cope With COVID-19

The effects of COVID-19 will affect businesses beyond 2020, but creating a peer advisory board now could help your business survive long-term.

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Business succession planning

As Leaders Age and the Unexpected Strikes, Developing a Succession Plan is Mission Critical

The average S&P CEO is 58. Are businesses ready for transition? Developing a succession plan should be on every company’s agenda early on.

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6 Ways to Manage Family Wealth and Create Your Family Legacy

Your family legacy depends on managing family wealth and relationships in a way that fulfills a common mission. Six tips on creating your family’s purpose.

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How to Create a Family Business Charter

Successful family businesses often create a Family Charter or Family Business Constitution—a written agreement to guide decisions on boards, succession, hiring and more.

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Not Making Business Decisions = Making Bad Business Decisions

When Werner Co. faces growing pains, its president avoids making business decisions that could jeopardize the company—but his inaction is still a decision.

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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Surviving a Business Divorce

A business divorce is sometimes inevitable, but it can be avoided. Precautionary measures and written agreements can aid in resolving partnership disputes when they occur.

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Building the Best Strategy to Drive Cash Allocation

Do you have too much cash on hand? Cash allocation decisions are some of the trickiest for small businesses to face – make your cash work as hard as you do.

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How Family Business Succession Planning Becomes Succession Implementation

Family business succession planning requires discussions about ownership, leadership, payment and other issues to smoothly transition from Gen 1 to Gen 2. 

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Consensus Decision Making: How Much Compromise is Too Much? 

In the decision making process, trying too hard to achieve consensus leads to suboptimal results. Consensus decision making should include the best of everyone’s input.

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