As a respected industry expert, George Isaac has published extensively on topics related to managing, transitioning and perpetuating multigenerational family businesses. Isaac’s recent articles address business management, family dynamics, governance, succession planning and business wealth management.

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Ten Critical Initiatives for Family Business Longevity

Survival Strategies to Navigate Your Family Business through the Pandemic
To Last Beyond Tomorrow, Here's What Family Businesses Need to Do Today
No. 1 Way to Destroy Your Private Company Wealth

9 Succession Planning Tips To Make Your Family Business Last

Family Office Association Interview on Family Wealth Evaporation
Losing the ‘Family’ in Your Family Office or Business
Avoiding the Family Business Wealth Evaporation Trap

Building a Lasting Legacy: Nine Steps to Family Business Success

This FIST Can Knock Out Multigenerational Family Wealth

How to Navigate Your Family Business Through a Global Crisis

Seven Essential Initiatives Ensure Family Business Growth & Survival
Succession planning must address family and business transitional issues
Strategies for Family Business Success (Isaac quotes and book citing)
Is Your Board Really Looking After Shareholders’ Interests?
7 Tips for Successfully Running a Family Business Without Drama
Is Your Privately Held Company Really Managing for Shareholder Value?
Family Business Wealth Evaporation Trap - London, U.K. Summit
All Stakeholders Interests Must Be Considered
Governance for Family & Family Enterprise Success
Creating a Plan for Realizing ‘Trapped’ Family Business Wealth
Start Managing Your Family Business as an Investment
The Family-Shareholder Wealth Roadmap
Passive Stakeholders: Avoiding Surprises
Family Business Boards Can Easily Become Toxic
The Family Business Wealth Evaporation Trap
The ‘Toxic’ Director: It Takes Only one to Derail the Board
What Happened to the Family?
Finding the Right Family Business Consultant
Selecting the ‘Right’ Family Enterprise Adviser
Families Need Not be Royal to Require Succession Planning
Family Business Lessons from the House of Windsor