Corporate short-termism has been the subject of ongoing debate among leaders in business, government, and academia for more than 30 years, with much of the discussion focusing on whether it destroys value. Recent surveys of C-suite executives that we have conducted suggest that pressure to deliver strong short-term results has …
GIFT’s Founder and CEO, Chandran Nair’s newest book: The Sustainable State: The Future of Government, Economy and Society has been published by American publisher Berrett-Koehler, and has just been released on 9 October 2018. Drawing upon themes first explored in Consumptionomics: Asia’s Role in Reshaping Capitalism and Saving the …
This guide provides a framework for understanding what we call the “Intrapreneurship Ecosystem” – the complex set of processes, practices, resources and relationships which collectively serve to facilitate or inhibit intrapreneurship and social innovation. Business Fights Poverty, The League of Intrapreneurs, the UK’s Department forInternational Development (DFID), CEMEX and The BMW Foundation undertook a six-month, …
Family businesses are the backbone of several economies around the world. Whether located in developed or developing countries, family-controlled companies often represent some of the world’s top private sector employers. Successfully navigating through economic cycles, family-controlled businesses demonstrate an ability to yield long-term returns over the span of generations.
Family business appears to be the most important contributor to the Canadian economy, no matter how you scrutinize the statistics. Research from the Alberta Business Family Institute found that family businesses employ six million workers, create 70% of jobs in North America, and provide 55% of all charitable donations. The …
The Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the Rotman School of Management has a mission to study corporate governance and provide practical insights for companies about what good governance means. For more than a decade, we, like many of our peers, embraced the widely-held and publicly-listed model as the …
Business Families Foundation is proud to present its 2017 Activity Report. In this report you will find the most notable highlights from the various activities and initiatives executed by BFF in the last year.
Business Families Foundation is proud to present its 2016 Activity Report. In this document you will find the most notable highlights from the various activities and initiatives executed by BFF in the last year.
By 2050, $40 trillion will change hands in North America alone. From Boomers to Millennials, the largest intergenerational wealth transfer in history is underway and the ramifications will remake the world. The dirty money of “business as usual” is on the brink, wedged between catastrophic climate change and the demographic …
Next Generation Survey of Family Business Leaders / April 2016
Winning over the next generation of leaders.
Research commissioned by Creaghan McConnell Group assessing the impact of privately controlled businesses on Canada’s economy.
Motivated by impact: A new generation seek to make their mark is an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) report exploring the driving forces behind the decisions of the next generation of business leaders and investors, with a particular focus on millennials. The findings are based on desk research and interviews with …
We are pleased to share the launch this week of the 2nd Edition of Ravi Chaudhry’s book “Quest for Exceptional Leadership: Mirage to Reality”
We are pleased to share with you the newly published book by Howard Stevenson!
Business Families Foundation is proud to present its 2015 Activity Report. In this document you will find the most notable highlights from the various activities and initiatives executed by BFF in the last year.
Together we can build a brighter future for our families, enterprises and in turn, the economy at large.
A closer look at the succession intentions of next-generation family business members.
A look at key trends of Asian family businesses.
A look at global wealth trends in 2014.
A look at career choice intentions of the next generation in family business.
An examination of how responsible ownership influences family businesses.
A study aiming to advance the understanding of family businesses, their current and future owners and the attributes that equate to their success.
A look at the next generation in family business.
A look at facts and figures potential of major family businesses in Germany.
A look at family business succession and how to ensure your family business makes it to the next generation.
Stories of the world’s most enduring family businesses.
A look at scale, skills and succession of family businesses.
Family firms lead the way to sustainable growth.
A look at the competitive strengths and performance of family businesses.
A description of business family transitions in Asia.
Creating a strong succession planning roadmap.
A special report based on a global survey of the world’s largest family businesses.
Initial findings from the global survey of the world’s largest family businesses.
A look at the growing global influence of family businesses.
Governance and succession planning in family business.
A global survey of the world’s largest family businesses.
A look at the views of 77 Canadian family businesses.
A look at why conflicts occur and how to best manage them to achieve success in your family firm.
A survey aimed at better understanding and responding to the needs of family-owned and family-managed enterprises.
A look at handing over family businesses to the next generation.
Business Families Foundation is proud to produce our year-end activity report.
With a refreshed and refocused team in place and stronger partnerships than ever before, we are well on our way to conquering our goals in achieving greater visibility and user access than ever before.
A survey of global family business leaders discussing their views on succession planning, internationalisation and challenges for the future. Source: http://www.pwc.com/
Discusses all aspects to consider for successful family and wealth management. Source: http://www.ey.com