The September 2018 edition of the weekly FFI Practitioner examines the potential benefits that married co-brokers can bring to a family business. With this in mind, the article by Isabelle Le Breton-Miller entitled “For Love and Money: Married Leaders of Family Firms” makes the cover of this latest edition.
Do married couples make the most effective leaders of family firms? That is the key question that is raised in this catchy professional article. Based on the study of family businesses located in Italy, it reveals that firms owned and run by married couples outperform, especially in challenging environments and larger companies. See why they perform better by reading the article below:
Le Breton-Miller, I. (2018). For Love and Money: Married leaders of family firms, FFI Practitioner, September 12, 2018.
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