Taking over the Family Business : a career developmental perspective on male and female succession.
|Author / Creator:||Otten-Pappas, Dominique.|
|Imprint:||Gottingen : V & R Unipress, 2015.|
|Description:||1 online resource (242 pages)|
|Series:||Wittener Schriften zu Familienunternehmen ; v. 16|
Wittener Schriften zu Familienunternehmen.
|Subject:||Family-owned business enterprises -- Succession.|
Family-owned business enterprises -- Succession.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12514263|
Table of Contents:
- Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Body; List of abbreviations; Foreword by Prof. Dr. Arist von Schlippe; Acknowledgements and foreword by the author; 1 Introduction; 2 Theoretical Background; 2.1 The successor; 2.1.1 Successor gender; 2.1.2 Successor emergence; 2.1.3 Successor commitment; 2.2 Succession as career decision process?; 2.2.1 Family business succession as process; 2.2.2 Career development process; 2.2.3 Career decision making process; 2.3 Factors which influence the succession decision process?; 2.3.1 Influences on the individual during career development.
- 2.3.2 The CDSTF in the family business context2.3.3 Influences on the succession process; Influences from the environmental system; Influences from the family business system; 3 Methods; 3.1 Research process overview; 3.2 Data collection; 3.2.1 Field access and case description; 3.2.2 Interview procedure; 3.2.3 Transcription and anonymization; 3.3 Successor profiling tool development; 4 Results; 4.1 The successor; 4.1.1 Successor commitment; Stage 1: Early commitment; Stage 2: Joining commitment; Stage 3: Current commitment; 4.1.2 Change in commitment over time.
- 4.1.3 Expectation of parental expectations4.2 Succession career decision process; 4.2.1 Perception of succession as future career; 4.2.2 Relevance of educational choice; 4.2.3 Relevance of work experience; 4.2.4 Decision to join the family business; 4.2.5 Decision to become the successor ; 4.3 Influences on the succession decision process; 4.3.1 Influences from the environmental system; 4.3.2 Influences from the family business system; The family system; The ownership system; The business system; The management system; 4.3.3 Influences from the individual system.
- 4.4 Individual successor profiles5 Discussion; 5.1 Successor commitment; 5.1.1 The commitment stages; Stage 1: Early commitment; Stage 2: Joining commitment; Stage 3: Current commitment; 5.1.2 Commitment types; Type 1: Affective commitment; Type 2: Normative commitment; Type 3: Calculative commitment; Type 4: Imperative commitment; 5.1.3 Unexpected findings related to commitment; Letting go commitment; The dark side of commitment; 5.2 The succession decision process; 5.2.1 The decision steps; 5.2.2 Order of decision steps; 5.2.3 The rating scale and decision patterns; 5.3 Influencing factors.
- 5.3.1 Factor frequency per system5.3.2 Factor occurrence per system; 5.3.3 Occurrences of major factors per system; 6 Conclusions and implications; 6.1 Summary of conclusions; 6.1.1 The successor decision profile; 6.1.2 Succession experience as career development; 6.1.3 Male and female perspectives on succession; 6.2 Limitations and implications; 6.2.1 Limitations of the research; 6.2.2 Summary implications for practice; 6.2.3 Summary of suggestions for further study; 6.3 Concluding remarks; Bibliography; List of figures; List of tables; Wittener Schriften zu Familienunternehmen.