Strong family governance, honest communication and planning enable generational survival in family business, according to Mr Paul Darley, President and CEO of a global, US based fourth generation f
In this newsletter we look at the topic Preparing Next Generation for Succession.
Dr Eric Clinton, DCU Business School Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Director of the DCU Centre for Family Business recently spoke at the Post Davos Nordic Summit 2017.
DCU Centre for Family Business will hold their 2017 Conference "The 'S' word: Navigating Succession in Family Business" on Wednesday 1st March at 8am
In this newsletter we look at the topic Women in Family Business and Leadership. This e-zine features Ms. Vicki O'Toole, managing director of family business JJ O'Toole Ltd.; Prof.
DCU Centre for Family Business has been awarded research funding from the Institute for Family Business, the UK's family business organisation.
Engaging next generation, being prepared and investing in people were the key messages from AIB's recent Succession Planning event in Wexford.
Bridging the gap between short-term and long-term strategy was one of the key insights emerging from the PwC 2016 Global Family Business Survey which was launched this week.
Be confident but don't be afraid to show humility was one of Ms. Vicki O'Toole's main messages to women in family business at the CFB's latest event. Vicki is CEO of JJ.
A leading US expert in human resources management, Amy Schuman, encourages family businesses to consider HR as a strategic partner.
A leading US expert in human resources management is the keynote speaker at the upcoming Centre for Family Business workshop taking place at William Fry, Dublin on September 27th.
A team of scholars from the CFB was awarded Runner-up in the Best Paper Award at the recent Irish Academy of Management Conference.
In this newsletter we look at the topic of role of Non-Family CEO and Board members in a family business.
CFB member, Vanessa Diaz has earned her doctorate following the successful defence of her PhD thesis this week.
The next generation of family members must be ghost busters according to established entrepreneur and founder of the Great Northern Distillery, John Teeling.