Succession planning a part of growth

At times, being an illustrator invites one to confront a topic such as the one that’s in the title of this post.

Through this job I’ve discovered a whole universe in which term: Succession planning, is in a daily use.

These people are: Advisers. They their advisory firms that hold hardly any tangible assets, apart from the knowledge, experience and the reputation these firms earned themselves through the years. When it comes to passing on these companies to the next generation, there is a great issue of: how to asses their value, and how to maintain the assets within the company.

So here are the three illustrations I have made for the article, together with the first rough, which was apparently too complex, but I like it.

Succession Planning

Succession Planning

How much is your advisory practice worth?

How much is your advisory practice worth?

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Four case studies

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Dropped Box

This week I was heavily using my dropbox. a lot of coming and going between myself at home and my very self in the studio. After having experienced a succession of syncing hick-ups, came the Harford’s weekly column to illustrate. The topic was no other but his experience with dropbox.

My sympathy to him in the following drawing:

Dropped box

Dropped box

The spy who loved me

Here Is my last illustration for the London FT, accompanying a review for Ian McEwan’s latest book: Sweet Tooth.

The spy who loved me

The spy who loved me

Tim Harford’s Dear economist

Here are some spot illustrations accompanying Tim Harfords weekly Dear economist, which is, as Harford would describe his page in his own words “The only problem page in the world where your personal dilemmas are “solved” with the latest economic theory.” As with the undercover economist, the column is published in the Financial times, London. The illustrations are published in G Magazine in Israel

Harford Collection Financial Times – Globes

here is a collection of some recent illustration from Tim Harfords weekly column: The undercover economist, published in the Financial times, London.

The illustrations are published in G Magazine in Israel

A Going concern warning- A dictionary of economics

These images are a part of the fruits of a most enjoyable collaboration I started with my friend Dr. Moshik Lavie.

The project unfortunately, was abandoned for financial reasons.

The idea is to create a visual metaphoric dictionary of economics.

We are both very keen to peruse this project, and we would delighted to receive interesting propositions that would enable us to do so.

Going concern warning

A Going concern warning

variable rate

variable rate

value destruction

Value destruction

Split

Split

Going concern warning
Credit Rating

Credit Rating

Arbitration agreement

Arbitration agreement

New York

On September 17th, I shall be flying to NY. It has been a long time since my last visit. I am as excited as a twenty years old, and so look forward to the evening when I’d put my legs up after the exhaustion of the long daily walks.

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