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2020 | 19 | nr 1 | 7--27
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Cultural Embeddedness of Family Business Succession : the Perspective of Next Generation

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Kulturowe uwarunkowania sukcesji w firmach rodzinnych z perspektywą następców
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Abstrakty
Tło. Sukcesja to najczęściej badane zagadnienie dotyczące firm rodzinnych. Wiadomo, że by poznać dane zjawisko musimy zrozumieć jego specyfikę, mechanizm działania, uwarunkowania i konsekwencje. W odniesieniu do sukcesji jak dotychczas intensywnie badano uwarunkowania tego procesu, z tym, że główny nurt dociekań zdaje się koncentrować na określonych zagadnieniach i pomijać niektóre istotne aspekty tego problemu.
Cele badawcze. Celem niniejszego badania jest synteza dotychczasowej wiedzy o uwarunkowaniach sukcesji oraz identyfikacja ewentualnych luk w badaniach, a tym samym potencjalnych obszarów przyszłych badań. Dociekania koncentrują się na kulturze, w obrębie której funkcjonują firmy jako potencjalnie istotnym czynniku determinującym zachowanie aktorów zaangażowanych w proces sukcesji.
Metodologia. Dyskusja zaprezentowana w artykule ma charakter teoretyczny i jest oparta na dedukcji. Determinanty sukcesji są poddane syntezie na podstawie dotychczasowych badań tego zagadnienia. Jako że nie ma sukcesji bez sukcesora, badanie jest realizowane z uwzględnieniem perspektywy młodszego pokolenia, tak by uwzględnić kompleksowy charakter badanego zjawiska.
Kluczowe wnioski. W efekcie przeprowadzonych studiów zidentyfikowano istotne luki w dotychczasowych badaniach sukcesji w firmach rodzinnych w obszarze uwarunkowań kulturowych oraz wskazano na zasadność prowadzenia międzykulturowych studiów porównawczych dla poznania procesu sukcesji. Wyniki badań mają również swoje szersze konsekwencje, bowiem potwierdzają możliwość różnicowania zachowań organizacji w zależności od uwarunkowań kulturowych i tym samym podważają uniwersalny charakter stwierdzeń opartych na badaniach realizowanych w określonej kulturze. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Background. The succession of family business has become the topic most often investigated within the family business (FB) research. As we would like to understand the phenomena we need to recognize its specificity, mechanism of operation, determinants and consequences. In this case, a range of determinants of the process has been investigated so far. But, the flood of publications seems to focus on specific issues, leaving aside some important aspects of the problem.
Research aims. The purpose of the research is to summarize up to date knowledge on the determinants of the succession, and identify possible gaps in research, and thus potential areas for future inquiry. We concentrate on the culture prevailing in the community the firms operate in as a potentially significant factor determining the behavior of players involved in succession.
Methodology. The discussion undertaken in the paper is theoretical, based on deduction. The determinants of the process of succession are synthetized on the base of literature review. As there is no succession without successor, we concentrate on the younger generation perspective and try to cover the complexity of the issues involved.
Findings. We show important gaps in the research on family business succession, and point at culture embeddedness of the businesses, and the large promising area of intercultural comparative studies for our understanding of succession. We also indicate the legitimacy of a broader view on management issues by setting the problems in a specific cultural environment. The synthesis suggests the necessity of research on cultural determinants of succession, based on comparative analysis of cases from different cultural background. Moreover, it rises doubts if regularities of an organization operations observed in one cultural background would have universal value. (original abstract)
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