Leading a family business can be challenging.

Leading a family business in the modern world means adapting to situations that previous generations never would have dreamed of. To survive and thrive, businesses need to engage in sensitive and even difficult conversations about issues such as conflict, philanthropy, innovation and attracting talent, all of which have been further complicated by the pandemic.

Here, four KPMG advisors tell the stories of honest conversations they’ve had with family businesses and how they helped them to have constructive discussions, make tough decisions and succeed in the 21st century.

Hear from each subject matter expert

Innovation in action


Positive conflict


Attracting talent


Impactful philanthropy