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Developing Next Generation Leaders for Transgenerational Entrepreneurial Family Enterprises
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'An impressive team of editors from Asia, Europe, North and South America has compiled cutting-edge research on family businesses. In these chapters, we gain a global perspective of the entrepreneurial approaches families are taking to prepare the next generation of leaders. We learn strategies for family firms to survive and prosper. And we find there are lessons here that non-family businesses can apply to make transitions successful.' -- Francis Hoy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US 'To conclude, this book forms a recommended reading on a subject that is largely understudied, but that confronts many family members in general, and next-generation family members more particular in daily practice. Besides some main struggles that characterize a family business succession process, it also focuses on the various opportunities that intergenerational succession can bring to the family business. It gives interesting insights into some valuable routes to develop next-generation leaders that can definitely inspire scholars, incumbents and potential successors in broadening their perspective and finding common answers to the further growth of the family firm over generations.' -- International Small Business Journal
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Edited by Pramodita Sharma, University of Vermont, US, Nunzia Auletta, Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (IESA), Venezuela, Rocki-Lee DeWitt, University of Vermont, US, Maria Jose Parada, ESADE Business School, Spain and Mohar Yusof, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia
Contents: 1. Developing Next Generation Leaders Rocki-Lee DeWitt, Nunzia Auletta, Maria Jose Parada, Mohar Yusof and Pramodita Sharma PART I FROM A LEADER TO A LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY 2. The Process of Becoming: Entrepreneurial Leadership Transition to the Second Generation Marcela Ramirez-Pasillas, Patrick Bender and Angelica Nilsson 3. The Next Generation: Pathways for Preparing and Involving New Owners in Colombian Family Businesses Gustavo Gonzalez Couture and Luis Diaz Matajira 4. Challenges of Collective Leadership Kavil Ramachandran and Navneet Bhatnagar PART II FAMILIAL VALUES AND PROFESSIONALIZATION 5. Transgenerational Professionalization of Family Firms: The Role of Next Generation Leaders Mara Brumana, Lucio Cassia, Alfredo De Massis, Allan Discua Cruz and Tommaso Minola 6. The Re-establishment of Family Values as a Driver of Trans-generational Potential Ilse A. Matser, Frank H. Bos, Margre Heetebrij-van Dalfsen and J.P. Coen Rigtering 7. What Should be Passed on to the Successor? The Case of a Long-standing Japanese Family-owned Small Sake Brewery Katsushi Yamaguchi, Naomi Kozono and Hiro Higashide PART III STRUCTURE AND NEXT GENERATION LEADER PREPARATION 8. Family's Decision in Venture Creation for Next Generation Leaders: The Role of Trust across Two Generations in the Case of Diversification Leilanie Mohd Nor, Christian Lechner, Mohar Yusof, Barjoyai Bardai, and Siri Roland Xavier 9. Family Social Capital, Transgenerational Learning and Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Maria Teresa Roscoe, Adriane Vieira and Denize Grzybovski 10. Parenting and Next Gen Development Alberto Gimeno and Maria Jose Parada Index