Navneet

Navneet Bhatnagar

Analyst at the Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise, Indian School of Business

Ketan Logistics: Charting the Next Route

Navneet Bhatnagar and Professor Kavil Ramachandran of Indian School of Business (ISB) wrote this case that highlights the challenges faced by Mumbai based logistics firm Ketan Logistics Limited, a family-owned business. Emerging changes in the transportation industry and shrinking margins called for newer initiatives and processes. The greater challenge, however, came from within the group. The conflict between the aspirations …

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Professionalisation of Family Business: Managing Process and Governance Challenges

As businesses transition from being entrepreneurial to being professional, professionalization assumes great signifi cance. However, there are several challenges in terms of the processes and governance mechanisms. The success of professionalization greatly depends on the leader’s clarity of role and structure of the team to whom the business task is delegated and his/her terms of engagement with the team. The …

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State of Family Togetherness in Indian Family Businesses

Indian Family Businesses form the ‘backbone’ of the Indian economy and hence there is a need to extend the life span of these family businesses so that the economy can continue to derive benefit from their contribution. Executive Director of Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at ISB, Professor Kavil Ramachandran and Research Associate at the Centre, Navneet Bhatnagar, explore …

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Continuity of Family Business Across Generations

Less than 30 percent of family businesses survive into the third generation of family ownership. Family businesses can go under for many reasons, including family conflicts over money, nepotism leading to poor management, and infighting over the succession of power from one generation to the next. Executive Director of Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at ISB, Professor Kavil Ramachandran …

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