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2016 | nr 450 Polityka ekonomiczna | 357--368
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The Analysis of Succession Strategy, Success Determinants in Polish Family Business - Case Study

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Analiza determinant sukcesu strategii sukcesyjnej w polskich przedsiębiorstwach rodzinnych - studium przypadku
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Despite that each year approximately up to 690 thousand family businesses should be undergo the succession strategy process in the European Union, individual one has to manage succession process infrequently, only every 20-25 years. That is why in the case of individual company this not straightforward process can change to a critical one. According to the scientific analysis additional problematic circumstances can be met by young companies - like those ones operating in Poland. That is why the author of this publication would like to analyze the situation in Polish family businesses in respect to the model of determinants of initial satisfaction with the succession process in family businesses and compare them to the conducted case study. The obtained results of this paper focus on the convergences and divergences between outcomes of almost 10 years of scientific research in Poland and presented case study. It also underlines the new aspects which may accompany family business during planning and implementing the succession strategy(abstrakt oryginalny)
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Pomimo iż około 690 tys. przedsiębiorstw rodzinnych w UE każdego roku powinno być w trakcie przeprowadzania strategii sukcesyjnej, poszczególne przedsiębiorstwo zarządza tą strategią raz na 20-25 lat. Celem niniejszego artykułu jest przedstawinie wyników niemalże 10 lat badań nad tematyką przedsiębiorczości rodzinnej w Polsce oraz porównanie ich z przeprowadzonym studium przypadku w celu ukazania zarówno zbieżności, jak i rozbieżności, które mogą wpłynąć na zidentyfikowanie nowych elementów wchodzących w skład tworzenia planu strategii sukcesyjnej(original abstract)
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357--368
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  • University of Lodz
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