NEW DELHI: Lack of clarity in roles as well as indeterminate ways of sharing rewards and wealth negatively impacts togetherness in Indian family businesses, says a study. Listing out many factors that hurts togetherness in family businesses, the ... Economic Times, 5 days ago
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More families are inclined to writing down a constitution on how their businesses should be run. The framework covers issues relating to ownership, entry of family members into business, starting of new ventures, retirement and succession. The ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago Indian business families prefer written policies ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
N Madhavan Half the companies in the NIFTY index are family-owned. Almost 75 per cent of the top 500 companies in the country are family-run. Research has established that over a long-term horizon of 10 to 15 years, family-run businesses deliver ...Business Today India, 1 week ago
Does India Inc have a drop-dead plan at the top-Sudden death of a CEO can create a vacuum at the top level, leaving the organization to scurry around for a replacement.
MUMBAI: Sudden death of a CEO can create a vacuum at the top level, leaving the organization to scurry around for a replacement. To enable business continuity, progressive organizations such as the Aditya Birla Group, Godrej Group and RPG ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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