The world is full of family businesses. Literally. Most of the world’s businesses are owned, controlled and often managed by a group of family members.1 These families face challenges that are quite complex, including how to do well in the business and in the family, too. The news is replete with stories of family feuds that spilled over into the business and vice versa. Is this how it has to be? Well, based on the experiences of business-owning families who are thriving, the
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