Enough with the secrets--give your key employees the financial information they need to help you run a successful business.
Rating your sibling's performance means treading on delicate--and potentially explosive--ground. In fact, maybe it's better to call the whole thing off.
Taking the personal out of personnel isn't easy when you're talking about family.
As appealing as the cozy atmosphere of a family business may be, you can't beat incentives for hooking good managers.
When the family works and plays together, there's a good chance the family business will stay together.
Prevent your board members from jumping ship.
You've welcomed your kids into the family business--and you're ready to pull your hair out. Now what?
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Cash-poor friends may still have a lot to contribute.
Hand your kids a key to the business too early, and you could unlock the wrong attitude.
In order to roll with the times, family business leaders must rely on people other than themselves-their successors.
What's the hidden cost of hiring relatives as suppliers or advisors? Family feuds.
Think hiring an in-law is just like hiring any other employee? Think again.
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