Saturday, September 22, 2018
CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Prof. Enrique M. Soriano
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Soriano: Family commitment is non-negotiable
FAMILY values and business values are usually not aligned. While a business exists to create customers and achieve financial success, families have an entirely different motivation. They typically bring a less profit-centered focus alternating financial gains with trust, relationship and a ...
From 165 days ago
Soriano: Have governance, expect real family unity
I RECEIVED a deluge of frantic emails related to my previous articles (“What if you died tonight?” and “Nothing is uncertain except death”). More than half of the messages came from next generation members fearful of the dire consequences of suddenly ...
From 171 days ago
Soriano: Nothing is certain except death
IT is a volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous (VUCA) world out there. I am constrained to add that on top of the uncertainty of business, the demise of a family business leader can cripple the enterprise overnight. The sudden death of a ...
From 179 days ago
Soriano: Nothing is certain in life and in business
GEOFFREY Gaberino, the 1984 Olympic gold medalist, once remarked, “The real contest is always between what you’ve done and what you’re capable of doing. You measure yourself against yourself and nobody else.” If family businesses around the world strive for ...
From 186 days ago
Soriano: Family businesses at their best
IN my last article, I warned about the dangers of ignoring and abetting the red flags in family-owned businesses and the natural confusion the dual role family members play, both in the family and business ecosystem. In today’s article, I will ...
From 193 days ago
Soriano: What if you died tonight? (part 2)
I AM challenging the family members to heed my call on the importance of preparing for a future event like death or disability. Procrastination, as they say, is a thief of time and has no place in any organization. Let me be ...
From 199 days ago
Soriano: What if you died tonight?
WHEN you’re dead, you’re dead. What happens to your business, however is another story. If you planned the leadership and ownership transition, I congratulate you. In your memorial service, you will be remembered fondly. Wait a minute! No plan? That can be ...
From 200 days ago
Soriano: Without communication, there is no relationship (Part 2)
TODAY’S article will highlight the importance of communication. In a growing multi-generational family similar to the “A” family featured last week, communication is no longer a benefit, it is mandatory. This June, a timely and very important topic family members are eagerly ...
From 214 days ago
Soriano: “Without respect, there is no love”
“Without respect, there is no love. Without trust, there’s no reason to continue.” THIS a powerful quote from Paul Chucks that must resonate to all family members torn by strife and conflict. It is also a timely reminder as we celebrate ...
From 214 days ago
Soriano: Unlocking your full potential
IN one of my coaching engagements for a mid-sized family business last year, I recall censuring a next generation business leader in a QBR (quarterly business review) for failing to deliver on his performance targets. The results were dismal and instead ...
From 228 days ago