Antecedents of post-succession change in family firms – when does succession reinforce or break path dependence

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Abstract

As family firms are often portrayed as path-dependent failing to implement organizational change, succession can act as a path breaker or amplifier affecting post-succession organizational change. We provide a model that investigates the power of the incumbent in the pre- and post-succession period as important determinants for organizational change post-succession.

Authors Querbach, Stephanie & Bird, Miriam
Subjects business studies
social sciences
Institute/School KMU - Swiss Research Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
Date 7 August 2017
Publisher Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
Page Range 1-6
Event Title Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM)
Event Location Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Event Dates 04.08.2017-08.08.2017
Depositing User Prof. PhD Miriam Bird
Date Deposited 14 Jan 2018 21:58
Last Modified 14 Jan 2018 22:06
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/253292

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Querbach, Stephanie & Bird, Miriam: Antecedents of post-succession change in family firms – when does succession reinforce or break path dependence. 2017. - Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM). - Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

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