Embedding Long-termism (Guide)

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Long-term orientation (LTO) is an important attribute of many family-owned businesses, and some researchers argue that it might even be their distinguishing asset. Family firms generally apply longer time horizons in their decision-making than their non-family-owned counterparts.

This practical guide offers advice on how long-termism can contribute to competitive advantage and sustainable family business.

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