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|Title:||Playing the succession game to ensure family business continuity|
Jorge, Silvia Ferreira
Bañegil Palacios, Tomás M.
|Citation:||Jayantilal, S., Jorge, S., & Bañegil Palacios, T. (2021, March 19). Playing the succession game to ensure family business continuity. FamilyBusiness.org. Disponível em: https://familybusiness.org/content/playing-the-succession-game-to-ensure-family-business-continuity. Repositório Institucional UPT. http://hdl.handle.net/11328/4706|
|Abstract:||Family businesses are especially conflict-prone, since sibling rivalry and other emotional undercurrents sometimes cloud decision-making. One of the thorniest decisions is who will fill a founder’s shoes – especially if more than one family member wants the job. The costs of conflict can be high: consider the case of Reliance Industries, whose founder died without appointing a successor. His two sons fought so hard to succeed him that their mother had to split the company in two in order to save it. [...]|
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