What’s the role of philanthropy in a family business?
Does philanthropy fulfill a need in the family to identify, state and support its values, and perhaps tie those values to the success and longevity of the business? Many family-owned businesses consider their success to be related to a values-centered understanding among multiple generations.
We are pleased to share an excellent article by Paula Goldman published in the Harvard Business Review
on “How a New Generation of Business Leaders Views Philanthropy.” She identifies several worthy techniques for business philanthropy that can inform the family-owned business: investing for impact, measuring results, and shaping your business around social good.
You can read Goldman’s article at this link
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