Founded by James Olan Hutcheson, ReGENERATION Partners is one of the world’s premier family business consulting firms. For over 20 years, we’ve helped clients strengthen their families and improve their businesses. Learn how we can help you.

What is a Family
Business Consultant?

While each family business is unique, these are the most common challenges facing family business today.

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  • Financial Transactions

    How best to restructure ownership and capital and sort through the issues and consequences of different alternatives

  • Governance

    Determining the most appropriate governance structure with the best matched people in your organization

  • Conflict Management

    Using proven methods to work through complicated issues and differences of opinions that threaten the business

  • Business Strategy

    Developing a shared vision of the future using modern management tools and philosophies

  • Succession Planning

    Dealing with issues of ownership transition, legacy planning, management transition, and leadership development

  • Business Improvement

    Optimizing the day in, day out policies, procedures, business philosophies, and actions of leadership

From the Blog

Read the latest, thought-provoking blogs with practical approaches and tools that can benefit any family business member.

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  • When To Seek Help For Your Family Business

    No family business is an island. Every family firm requires outside assistance from time to time, even if it is nothing more than help preparing a tax return or selecting a site for a new plant. When it comes requesting […]

  • Six Reasons Why Family Businesses Fail – Part 2 of 2

    Whoever first said “it takes money to make money” said a mouthful. When a business tries to operate without adequate capital, it’s like a bird trying to fly without wings. If a family firm lacks access to capital, it spurs […]

  • Six Reasons Why Family Businesses Fail – Part 1 of 2

    “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” That’s how novelist Leo Tolstoy began “Anna Karenina.” If he had been writing about family business, he might have said that all successful family businesses are […]