Three critical dynamics to consider when selecting the first employee of a family office.
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Family offices, just like families, have ‘generations’ that raise both new opportunities and challenges to address.
Family office executives are rarely bored – but are they as productive as they could be?
Family Capital Strategy is pleased to announce that Founder, David Wells, was named recently to Nashville Post’s 2020 All-Star Board.
Family enterprises are basically collections of paradoxes. While paradoxes are often treated in an adversarial manner, it is important to recognize the falseness of such a dichotomy, and work towards creative resolutions.
While there are many great books out on business management, the vast majority are focused on traditional companies. The resources available to assist those tasked with leading and developing professional services firms are far fewer. Here are our favorites.
There is much speculation about how society will change following the ultimate resolution of the COVID-19 crisis. Call me a skeptic, but I am not convinced that is how humans actually change their behavior.
Instead, I would argue that this virus is hopefully the final nail in the coffin in this era of human history and how we govern and manage society.
The mentality of “if you aren’t the best, you are the worst because its you” can help serve as an Occam’s Razor for families as they evaluate various paths of action.
We look at the three hardest things for family enterprises to do and why the study of complex adaptive systems gives us insight into them.
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