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Soriano: We can live without them (Part 3)
In the days leading to the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, I constantly asked myself, “Do I need everything I have?”The insignificant load that we actually carry take up so much space in our hearts starting with the way we live ...
Soriano: On being a “Caminoan” (Part 2)
SOMETIME in late July, Finisterre Memorial and Anseca Group chairman Jun Selma casually asked me if I can squeeze a few days off in October to join him in Europe for a visit to a mystical place called Finisterre, a ...
From 8 days ago
Soriano: My unforgettable Camino experience
IN OBSERVANCE of All Saints’ Day this Friday, I want readers to imagine and reflect on a world devoid of suffering. Absolutely no suffering, just a perfect world to live in. A world where sacrificing in the name of love ...
From 15 days ago
Soriano: Forcing an unqualified successor (Last part)
LET’S face it. It is almost impossible to view your offspring or adult child objectively as your next successor. To add to the dilemma, major business decisions related to transition by any family owning enterprise will have emotional undertones, a ...
From 22 days ago
Soriano: Forcing an unqualified successor
IN A recent Bloomberg article written by Ian Sayson and Tom Redmond, Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala II, the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Philippine-based conglomerate Ayala Corp., said that a CEO from outside the family is one ...
From 29 days ago
Soriano: Comparing your business with Kongo Gumi
FOR 1,400 years, Kongo Gumi was a successful Japanese company involved with the construction of spectacular Buddhist temples. Until its fall in 2006, it was the world’s oldest continuously operating family business, surviving 14 centuries of political upheavals, economic crises ...
From 36 days ago
Soriano: Your business and a 1,428-year-old enterprise
“IF THE family is in good shape, then the company picks up. If the company is in good shape, then the family picks up. So it’s like two wheels going together.” - Masakazu Kongo, the 40th generation successor, Kongo Gumi ...
From 43 days ago
Soriano: Will your family business survive for generations?
THERE is an Italian saying, “Dalle stalle alle stelle alle stalle,” which means, “From the stables to the stars and back to the stables.”As a business leader, do you sense the business slowly slipping away? Is it struggling year after ...
From 50 days ago
Soriano: Family code of conduct: The missing link
THE business is an extension of the family and successful growth comes at a cost. As the enterprise grows in size and scale, it becomes increasingly hard for the leader to manage the business. Predictably, when the company reaches this ...
From 57 days ago
Soriano: Family before fortune
ON BEHALF of the W+B Family Advisory Group, the event organizer Icon Executive Search and education partner ExCED Institute, I want to personally thank all the participants who graced the second W+B Family Business Conference titled: “Can family-run business last ...
From 64 days ago