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Understanding Generational Differences In Family Businesses – White Paper

Wendy Connett Editor New York 23 December 2010

Understanding Generational Differences In Family Businesses – White Paper

The differences between generations in a family business can have tremendous impact in regards to leadership succession, according to a white paper written by Terrence Cahill, acting chair and associate professor at Seton Hall University.

The white paper, Understanding Generational Differences in Family Businesses - Recognizing Clash Points That May Impact Leadership Succession, penned for The Network of Family Businesses, explores clash points between three, four and sometimes five generations working together in the workplace.

In the context of family businesses these differences have much more far reaching importance in respect to the critical task of leadership succession, according to Cahill.

You can read the full document here.

 

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