The past can often be the key to innovation…
The culture of stewardship is being eroded by short-termism of non-operational family shareholders
A mechanistic process with the next gen will no longer work – new ideas are needed, says Italy’s best known family business professor
Succession issues are universal, but in China, some of those issues have particular twists
Some family businesses have embraced the digital revolution, but most haven’t – and that is a big concern
The values of the founders of TATA are sometimes overlooked in today’s society. They shouldn’t be
Almost all businesses in China started in the past 30 years, and many are still founder-owned. Issues such as the one-child policy mean they face unique problems.
Families have a unique currency, but it must be nurtured and directed correctly to become a positive force, and not a destructive one.