For up-and-coming family members who anticipate becoming leaders in their family business, an increasingly common requirement is that they first get meaningful business experience outside the family business. Michael A. Klein of MK Insights
recently published an interesting analysis of such requirements in Smart Business Online, and lays out good reasons why such experience can be a very good thing for the business and the family members.
Read more on Michael Klein's analysis in the article, Joining the family business: Should the children work elsewhere first?
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