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Wall Street Journal Do CEOs of Family-Owned Businesses Work Less?

March 5th, 2014|Comments Off on Wall Street Journal Do CEOs of Family-Owned Businesses Work Less?

What's the difference between a family firm and a regular business? According to one new study, an empty corner office. Professors at Harvard Business School, the London School of Economics and Columbia University's business school [...]

Harvard Business School: Working Knowledge Family CEOs Spend Less Time at Work

January 27th, 2014|Comments Off on Harvard Business School: Working Knowledge Family CEOs Spend Less Time at Work

Two years ago, the World Management Survey on organizational leadership reported that firms led by family CEOs (managers related to the family owning the business) are often managed badly, particularly those where a first-born son [...]

Ideas for India What do Indian CEOs do?

March 15th, 2013|Comments Off on Ideas for India What do Indian CEOs do?

While the Indian manufacturing sector has experienced rapid growth since the early 1990s, it is characterised by large productivity differences across firms and presence of several low productivity firms that use poor managerial practices. This [...]

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The Wall Street Journal In Defense of the CEO

Chauffeur-driven limousines, millions in stock options, golden parachutes. It's no wonder bosses' pay and perks can rankle. Here's why the best ones are worth it. Full article is available on the Wall Street Journal website.