Family Business Magazine | August 2, 2023 | Creagh Sudding
Give everyone a voice
There are widespread and ongoing discussions among family businesses about the potential roles and contributions of next-generation family members. In some cases, this is the result of impending succession decisions and the need for a smooth transition from one generation to the next.
But, in other cases, younger family members aren’t waiting for formal transitions. They’re focused on contributing today to a world that will still be sustainable in 100 years’ time.
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As we face economic challenges thrust upon us by the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses could learn a lot from multigenerational family businesses that are prepared to withstand this current economic disruption.
Family Business | September/October 2020
The common narrative in American family business at that time, and continuing on to today, was that if you want to have anything to do with the family business, your career must be in the business.
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Building a company with an exit strategy in mind can feel like the only option for entrepreneurs — but it isn’t. Richard Seaman says that the exit-focused rhetoric that dominates our headlines is not what powers our economy.