Family offices have existed for generations and there are more now than ever before. With the market growing and changing, the question of talent acquisition and company growth is front of mind for family offices.
Egon Zehnder Consultant Sonny Iqbal and Alum Claudio Fernández-Aráoz on four imperatives family businesses can stay true to that will create opportunities to leapfrog their competitors. Read more on HBR.
Diving into the key challenges faced by family enterprise leaders, and the solutions to achieve sustainable wealth.
As family businesses diversify, fewer owners have a holistic view of all assets. A new Shared Family Capital Strategy created by PwC, Egon Zehnder, and the John L. Ward Center for Family Enterprises helps businesses maintain the connection between the capital and the mission and values of the family.
The Sustainability Board Report sat down virtually with German Herrera of Egon Zehnder to better understand the dynamics of family business and their approach to sustainability.
Family company Boards must create and maintain strong succession plans that consider both internal and external talent, as well as development plans for potential successors—and do all this while balancing the values and priorities of the family with the demands of growing and sustaining a business.
Managing family relationships at work is one of the thorniest issues in family-owned businesses, particularly when relationships cross generations (e.g., parent-child or uncle/aunt-nephew/niece). Many family members are committed to professionalism and strive to separate work and family in their dealings with each other. However, simply decreeing such a separation between work and family is not enough.Both family leaders and the rising generation have work to do to ensure cohesion on a familial and business basis.
Vaidheesh Annaswamy, President at OPPI, shares advice and insights to leaders navigating the Coronavirus outbreak.
Unlike their public-company counterparts, which focus mainly on increasing shareholder value, family-business boards must act on behalf of stakeholders with multiple and potentially conflicting agendas – for example, co-owners with equal power and completely opposing financial timelines.
How family businesses can overcome egos and internal conflicts to find their next leader--and put a succession plan in place before it's too late.
Families that control an enterprise over multiple generations have a lot more to consider than the average business owner. Egon Zehnder's Jennifer Pendergast shares how families should approach selling their business.
At Egon Zehnder, we have worked with family businesses around the world since our founding in 1964. We interviewed scores of family executives to better understand their sources of success—as well as their pain points.
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