Innovation is an integral ingredient for the survival of family firms. Photo: Frank Cheng

Innovation should always be rooted in the core DNA of owner-managers

Formosa Plastics, Siemens, Van Eeghen and Toyota are good examples of how founders passed on the diversification baton to the next generation

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Innovation is an integral ingredient for the survival of family firms. Photo: Frank Cheng
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Morten Bennedsen

Morten Bennedsen

Morten Bennedsen is the André and Rosalie Hoffmann chaired professor of family enterprise and academic director of the INSEAD Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise

Brian Henry

Brian Henry

Brian Henry is a research fellow at INSEAD