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Family Businesses – A Model For ‘New’ Capitalism?
KPMG’s 2017 CEO Outlook highlights rising importance of trust, reputation and long termism – matters associated with family businesses Read More
Managing Corporate Cupid In The Office
As romantic connections, flirtatious behaviour and secret assignations become more prevalent in the workplace, an additional challenge is added to the manager’s list of responsibilities. Read More
Long Term Impact Of Childhood Rows
Many conflicts in family businesses can be traced to relationship dysfunctions that began when one or more of the participants were children. Read More
The War For Talent Is Back On
Taking proactive steps to attract and retain the best people is much more important now than it has been in recent years. Read More
Balancing The Boardroom
British businesses have a diversity problem. Balancing the boardroom has long been an issue for many companies. Read More
Social Capital In Entrepreneurship
Gry Osnes describes how family firms, especially immigrant family firms, need to build their ‘social capital’, and showcases a positive example. Read More