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Family Business Advisor
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Behavioral Science, Finance, Management
With what family business organizations are you affiliated (e.g., FFI, FBN, IFERA, FERC, CAFE, IFB)?
FFI, President of FFI New England Chapter, NACD, Boston Estate Planning Council
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Doug Baumoel is the Founder and Principal of Continuity Family Business Consulting, LLC, a consultancy focusing on managing family business conflict and providing business, family systems, governance, and financial expertise. Continuity is based in the Boston metropolitan area.

Doug earned his MBA from the Wharton School and a BS in Engineering from Cornell University. He is a dual certificate holder in both Family Business Advising and Family Wealth Advising from the Family Firm Institute. He is currently President of the New England chapter of FFI.

Doug brings an extensive background in family business operations and executive management to his work with clients. He served as a second generation executive in his own family’s business and has held key executive positions in other family and non-family businesses. He started businesses in both the US and Europe, and lived overseas for six years while founding and managing the European offices of his family’s business. He has applied more than 20 years of business experience in developing The Conflict Equation, a process for analyzing key variables affecting family business conflict. .

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FFI 2011 Conference Session: Imagining a History of our Shared Future: The World of Family Business 15 yrs. Out.

Jerrel Jones and Jessica Geiben Lynn of the CFAR let an interactive workshop intended for participants to brainstorm what the world will like for Family Businesses and their advisors in 15 years.  The vehicle for this brainstorming session was a very interesting and effective tool, called 'History of the Future'.  

 

History of the Future is an exercise where participants are encouraged to imagine themselves in great detail at a future time.  From this future perspective,…

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Posted on October 13, 2011 at 11:47pm

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