The Family Firm

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  • Author : Emily Oster
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 320 pages
  • ISBN : 1984881760
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The Family Firm

The Family Firm
  • Author : Emily Oster
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 03 August 2021
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The instant New York Times bestseller! “Emily Oster dives into the data on parenting issues, cuts through the clutter, and gives families the bottom line to help them make better decisions.” –Good Morning America “A targeted mini-MBA program designed to help moms and dads establish best practices for day-to-day operations." -The Washington Post From the bestselling author of Expecting Better and Cribsheet, the next step in data driven parenting from economist Emily Oster. In The Family Firm, Brown professor of

The Power of Communicating the Family Firm Status

The Power of Communicating the Family Firm Status
  • Author : Margarete Rosina
  • Publisher : Springer Gabler
  • Release : 05 October 2017
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Margarete Rosina investigates whether it makes sense for family firms to communicate their family firm status to consumers. To do so, she conducts two experimental studies using a sample of 349 consumers. Using a branding perspective, the first study looks at whether consumers perceive family firm brands as more authentic and why and how this influences their buying behavior. The second study applies a consumer happiness perspective and investigates whether family firms signal prosocial behaviors related to “doing good”, namely being

Family Enterprise

Family Enterprise
  • Author : The Family Firm Institute, Inc
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 25 November 2013
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A thorough explanation of how family enterprises work The family enterprise, whether an operating business, a family office, or both, is the backbone of the US and international economies. These enterprises cut across industries and geographies and can be first-generation entrepreneurial companies or multi-generational businesses with family offices. This book offers a foundation in and understanding of how family enterprises work, including working definitions and the key characteristics of family enterprises, as well as useful concepts for working with and

Family Firms in Transition

Family Firms in Transition
  • Author : Alan L. Carsrud,Malin Brännback
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 September 2011
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Many of the challenges faced by family-owned businesses develop after the firm has reached a stage of maturity, when the first generation is faced with issues concerning the role of their children in the business and the long-term future of the enterprise. This collection of case studies from around the world demonstrates how governance of both the business and the family (or lack thereof) impacts succession of leadership in the firm and the inheritance of ownership and wealth. It is

Knowledge and the Family Business

Knowledge and the Family Business
  • Author : Manlio Del Giudice,Maria Rosaria Della Peruta,Elias G. Carayannis
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 25 November 2010
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Family businesses—the predominant form of business organization around the world—can make numerous, critical contributions to the economy and family well-being in both financial and qualitative terms. But dysfunctional family businesses can be difficult to manage, painful experiences at best, and they can destroy family wealth and personal relationships. This book explores the dynamics of family business management, in the context of constantly changing market conditions and the role that knowledge management plays in strategic planning and adaptation. Integrating

Family Firms

Family Firms
  • Author : Malin Brännback,Alan L. Carsrud
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 14 December 2012
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​This is the third in a series of casebooks on issues faced by families owning and managing a business. This volume focuses on the management of growth, decline, and transition in such firms. These cases are clustered together because family firms grow, decline, and grow again, often transforming themselves several times in the course of their existence, as they face succession issues, financial constraints, and changes in market demand. Managing change also has significant impact on the firm-owning families and

Understanding Family Firms

Understanding Family Firms
  • Author : Alan L. Carsrud,Malin Brännback
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 September 2011
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Family-owned and managed firms are often beset by a variety of crises that can impact the firm’s very survival. These may include changes in technology, deaths of critical family members, competition within an industrial sector, shifts in market dynamics and product mixes, economic turmoil, political upheaval and revolution, firm growth, succession, and selecting new firm leadership. Such crises may be internal to the firm or a function of the external environment, and several may occur simultaneously; all of them

Signaling Family Firm Identity

Signaling Family Firm Identity
  • Author : Sandra Wolf
  • Publisher : Springer Gabler
  • Release : 17 January 2018
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Sandra Wolf develops a better understanding of the importance of clearly communicating family influence. She examines the efficacy of brand elements that signal family influence and that help external stakeholders to identify a family firm. An experiment with 543 students in Germany and Switzerland is carried out to empirically test the derived hypothesis. The results highlight two important findings. Firstly, the importance of a family firm tagline as well as the family name as brand elements are able to signal "family

Family Business

Family Business
  • Author : Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries
  • Publisher : Arden Shakespeare
  • Release : 22 September 1996
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This text addresses, from a clinical perspective, the particular problems and situations which arise in family businesses. It aims to provide a body of knowledge that will contribute to a better understanding of the psychodynamics of the family firm.

Family Family Firm and Strategy

Family  Family Firm  and Strategy
  • Author : Doreen Arnoldus
  • Publisher : Amsterdam University Press
  • Release : 22 September 2021
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This study analyses the entrepreneurial strategies of six Dutch family firms in the period from 1880 to 1970. The case studies reconstruct the succession strategies and strategies in the capital and labour markets, as well as strategies regarding marketing and the supply of raw materials.

Innovations in Small and Medium Sized Family Firms

Innovations in Small and Medium Sized Family Firms
  • Author : Nils Kraiczy
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 04 January 2013
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​Small and medium-sized firms are a prevalent organizational form in Germany. Their importance for the German economy is indisputable. Most of them are global market leaders in their niches and are considered to be a force for innovation in the German economy. The ability to be innovative in niche markets has been identified as the antecedent of their strong, or even dominant, competitive positions in their industries. The driver of this innovation success may well be the family, which distinguishes

Corporate Bloodlines

Corporate Bloodlines
  • Author : Barbara Ballinger Buchholz,Margaret Crane
  • Publisher : Lyle Stuart
  • Release : 22 September 1989
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Examines family-owned businesses, explains the special problems that affect them, and shows why only a third survive to the second generation

The Palgrave Handbook of Family Firm Internationalization

The Palgrave Handbook of Family Firm Internationalization
  • Author : Tanja Leppäaho,Sarah Jack
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 29 May 2021
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Family Firms (FFs) form the majority of all firms around the world and they account for an enormous percentage of the employment, the revenue, and the GDP of most capitalist countries. While MNCs have long been thought of as the main contributors to international business, it is now recognised that a substantial number of family firms are active in the international arena. This handbook focuses on the features which make family firm internationalization unique. Chapters provide FF specific theories and