By Pooja Deva ’22 Speakers Anand Bhatia ’16 Vice President, Bhatia Development Organization Alice Chen ’05 CEO, Tawa Group … More
Life After an Exit: How Entrepreneurs Transition to the Next Stage
Entrepreneurs are different from other people. Their talent lies in imagining a new solution or a fresh approach that gives … More
Dynastic Control Without Ownership: Evidence from Post-War Japan
Dynastic-controlled firms are led by founding-family CEOs while the family owns an insignificant share of equity (defined as less than … More
Sustainable Growth Drivers for Family Enterprises
In collaboration with the Columbia Global Center Nairobi, Kenya, Patricia M. Angus, Adjunct Professor and Managing Director, Global Family Enterprise Program, joined … More
Five Tips for Leading a Successful Family Business
Razak Dawood ’68, chairman of Descon, a multinational, family-owned corporation based in Pakistan, offers his best advice for those entering … More
Co-President Siblings Steward a Century-old Family Business
111 years since its founding as Massachusetts Envelope Company, Ben Grossman ’06, along with his brother, David, are the 4th … More
Do CEO’s matter? How do family deaths impact them?
Using a unique dataset from Denmark, Professor Daniel Wolfenzon and colleagues find that CEO and family deaths are strongly correlated … More
What’s the relationship between Boards and CEO power?
In “Board Composition and CEO Power,” Professor Tim Baldenius and colleagues study the optimal composition of corporate boards.
Family or Non-family CEO?
Professor Daniel Wolfenzon and colleagues provide thought-provoking findings on family versus non-family- CEO’s of family firms in Inside the Family … More
Build a Family Business That Lasts
Many family businesses have enjoyed success for decades, even centuries. In Harvard Business Review, Professor Josh Baron PhD, explores … More