Mitzi Perdue - Matriarch of the Sheraton Hotels and Perdue Chicken Families [The Business of Family]
Episode | 1 February 2021 | Season 1 | 1 hr 2 mins
author, business, businesswoman, family archivist, family business, family history, family newsletter, matriarch, poultry business, sheraton hotels, stewardship
Mitzi Perdue is the daughter of one family business titan (her father founded the Sheraton Hotel Chain) and the widow of another, (her late husband was the family business poultry magnate, Frank Perdue), and she is also a businesswoman in her own right. She started the family wine grape business, now one of the larger suppliers of wine grapes in California.
Dave Whorton - From Built to Sell to Built to Last - The Tugboat Institute Story [The Business of Family]
Episode | 21 September 2020 | Season 1 | 53 mins 48 secs
evergreen, first generation, founding generation, g1, kleiner perkins, permanent capital, private equity, stewardship, tpg, tugboat group, tugboat institute, venture capital, ypo
Dave Whorton's resume is almost unbelievable. From a brand name VC in Silicon Valley working at Kleiner Perkins to a stint in private equity with TPG and ultimately to founding Tugboat Institute - a different way of building profitable and evergreen businesses that last the test of time.
Paolo Delgado - 4th Generation Filipino Pioneering Innovation in Logistics & Agriculture [The Business of Family]
Episode | 14 September 2020 | Season 1 | 43 mins 51 secs
4th generation, documenting history, family archives, family charter, family meetings, fourth generation, g4, logistics, philippines, pruning, stewardship, vertical farming, ypo
Paolo Delgado is the 4th generation Managing Director of the Philippines based Delgado Brothers Group, the largest fully integrated logistics and transport operator in the country.
Episode | 17 August 2020 | Season 1 | 49 mins 40 secs
100 years, century club companies, enduring companies, family business, stewardship, storytelling, vicki tenhaken
Vicki TenHaken a researcher of corporate longevity, discovers what it takes for "Century Club" companies to endure for at least 100 years. In this episode we dive deeper into the research that she first highlighted in her excellent book; Lessons from Century Club Companies: Managing for Long-Term Success.
Episode | 28 July 2020 | Season 1 | 3 mins 28 secs
business, business of family, enduring companies, entrepreneur, family office, learn in public, long game, mike boyd, multigenerational wealth, podcast trailer, stewardship, succession, ypo
Multigenerational wealth creation involves so much more than just capital accumulation. The most successful families cultivate and collect values, stories, knowledge and resources to pass on to the next generation. The systems and processes to do this are very intentional.