New Research Shows What’s Driving Resilience and Regeneration in Today’s Global Family Businesses
Annual report from KPMG Private Enterprise and the STEP Project Global Consortium highlights how emotional attachment to one’s organization and the ability of next-gens to take risks and experience life outside the family business are critical elements of future business success.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A Global Family Business Report from KPMG Private Enterprise and the STEP Project Global Consortium reveals that the sustained performance of family businesses can be attributed to several characteristics and next-generation leadership skills unique to their business models.
“The regenerative power of family businesses – Transgenerational entrepreneurship”, brings together insights from 2,439 CEOs and other leaders from top family businesses across 70 countries and territories, illustrating the common factors that make up the formula for family business resilience and regeneration: a strong entrepreneurial orientation, emotional attachment to their business and ambitious next-generation leadership seeking new experiences beyond the family business.
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