Newport Board Group partner Art Medici was recently interviewed on two business radio shows about leadership lessons he has learned in the course of his career as an executive and entrepreneur.
Emerging growth companies are works in progress. On good days, every growing company feels that it knows just where it is going, and how it plans to get out of No Man’s Land. Feeling like a lonely band on a mission to disrupt a market and take share from its incumbents, “us against the world”, can be motivating and empowering. But there are other times when the founder and his team feel isolated.
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Why do the founders of many successful family-owned businesses and companies, that enjoy goodwill among their customers and in their community, often fail to sustain their company into the next generation of the family? Many of these emerging growth companies have survived No Man’s Land or at least are headed in the right direction—only to flounder on the issue of inter-generational transition.