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The Chinese proverb “Wealth never survives three generations” has an equivalent in many cultures and has appeared in writing over centuries. The international notion that the first generation builds wealth, the second spends and otherwise mismanages it, and the third is left with nothing, isn’t just a platitude, though says Wharton finance professor Richard Marston.

The Chinese proverb “Wealth never survives three generations” has an equivalent in many cultures and has appeared in writing over centuries. The international notion that the first generation builds wealth, the second spends and otherwise mismanages it, and the third is left with nothing, isn’t just a platitude, though says Wharton finance professor Richard Marston.


With a well-earned reputation for being one of the world’s finest boarding schools, the Institut auf dem Rosenberg has long instilled entrepreneurial skills and attitudes in its students. Now, with a new cutting-edge program teaching the benefits of technology, they’re preparing the next generation for whatever the 21-Century has in store.

With a well-earned reputation for being one of the world’s finest boarding schools, the Institut auf dem Rosenberg has long instilled entrepreneurial skills and attitudes in its students. Now, with a new cutting-edge program teaching the benefits of technology, they’re preparing the next generation for whatever the 21-Century has in store.

With a well-earned reputation for being one of the world’s finest boarding schools, the Institut auf dem Rosenberg has long instilled entrepreneurial skills and attitudes in its students. Now, with a new cutting-edge program teaching the benefits of technology, they’re preparing the next generation for whatever the 21-Century has in store.

With a well-earned reputation for being one of the world’s finest boarding schools, the Institut auf dem Rosenberg has long instilled entrepreneurial skills and attitudes in its students. Now, with a new cutting-edge program teaching the benefits of technology, they’re preparing the next generation for whatever the 21-Century has in store.


There has been a growing focus on mental health and work—but this has been restricted to startups and mental health in the workplace. We have conversations about employee wellbeing, but not about the health of the leader of the enterprise, or the next generation entrepreneur.

There has been a growing focus on mental health and work—but this has been restricted to startups and mental health in the workplace. We have conversations about employee wellbeing, but not about the health of the leader of the enterprise, or the next generation entrepreneur.

There has been a growing focus on mental health and work—but this has been restricted to startups and mental health in the workplace. We have conversations about employee wellbeing, but not about the health of the leader of the enterprise, or the next generation entrepreneur.

There has been a growing focus on mental health and work—but this has been restricted to startups and mental health in the workplace. We have conversations about employee wellbeing, but not about the health of the leader of the enterprise, or the next generation entrepreneur.

Marc Puig Guasch, third-generation principal of the global $1.8 billion Spanish family-owned fashion and fragrance business Puig, hails his father as a “titan with a human touch” who led by listening and brought out the best in people.

Marc Puig Guasch, third-generation principal of the global $1.8 billion Spanish family-owned fashion and fragrance business Puig, hails his father as a “titan with a human touch” who led by listening and brought out the best in people.

Bernhard Gademann says his family’s elite Swiss private boarding school, Institut auf dem Rosenberg, is run like a 132-year-old startup, with the skills and attitudes of entrepreneurialism nurtured in students in a state-of-the-art, holistic learning environment.

Bernhard Gademann says his family’s elite Swiss private boarding school, Institut auf dem Rosenberg, is run like a 132-year-old startup, with the skills and attitudes of entrepreneurialism nurtured in students in a state-of-the-art, holistic learning environment.

The most common stereotype about the next-gen members of a family business is that they are arrogant and overconfident and expect everything to come easily to them. But the reality is that these Gen Y and Z members become overwhelmed with self-doubt over joining the family business.

The most common stereotype about the next-gen members of a family business is that they are arrogant and overconfident and expect everything to come easily to them. But the reality is that these Gen Y and Z members become overwhelmed with self-doubt over joining the family business.

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