Main Article Content

María del Carmen Vásquez Torres
Technological Institute of Sonora. Department of Business Administration.
Mexico
Jose G Flores
Technological Institute of Sonora. Department of Business Administration.
Mexico
Biography
Sergio Ochoa Jiménez
Technological Institute of Sonora. Department of Business Administration.
Mexico
Vol. 8 No. 2 (2018): SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CONTINUITY IN FAMILY FIRMS, Social Responsibility and Continuity in Family Firms, pages 129-138
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/ejfbejfb.v8i2.5280
Copyright

Abstract

Family enterprises have very peculiar characteristics, such as shared identity, privacy, very close and emotional relationships; however, they also face various problems related to the internal and external barriers in innovation. Among the internal barriers are the excessive risk, lack of trained personnel, high costs, and lack of expert staff; therefore, it has an impact on the time of innovation, and the organizational culture must be added as a fundamental factor. As a problem statement, the question that was generated was: What is the relationship and influence of the organizational culture with the innovation that is applied by family enterprises in Cajeme, Mexico? Consequently, the objective of the study is to analyze the relationship and influence of the organizational culture with the innovation that is applied by the family enterprises in Cajeme, México in order to generate new cultural models. The proposed hypotheses are: H1. The organizational culture is positively and significantly related with the innovation that is applied by family enterprises; H2. The organizational culture has a positive and significant influence on the innovation that is applied by family enterprises.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

References

Aktouf, O. (2002). El Simbolismo y la “Cultura Organizacional” De los abusos conceptuales a las lecciones de campo. AD-minister, (1), 63-93.

Athwals, R. (2017). Unleash Your Family Business DNA. Inglaterra: RTS Books.

Arboleda, P., & López R. (2017). Cultura organizacional en las instituciones prestadoras de servicios de salud del Valle de Aburrá. Revista Ciencias De La Salud, 15(2), 247-258. doi:10.12804/revistas.urosario.edu.co/revsalud/a.5761.

Biolcheva, P. (2017). BARRIERS BEFORE INNOVATIONS IN FURNITURE COMPANIES. Trakia Journal Of Sciences, 15(Supp1), 125-131. doi:10.15547/tjs.2017.s.01.023.

Bonet, E. (2 de febrero de 2011). Miles de personas oran en la plaza Tahrir de El Cairo. El Tiempo. Recuperado de http://www.eltiempo.com/

Cáceres, C. F. R. y Aceytuno, P. M. T. (2008). La innovación como fuente de oportunidades empresariales. Revista de economía mundial, No. 19.

Calderón, H. G., Murillo, G. S. M. & Torres, N. K. Y. (2003).Cultura organizacional y bienestar laboral. Revista. Cuadernos de Administración, enero – junio, año/vol. 16, número 025 Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas Bogotá, Colombia pp. 109-137.

Carleton, J. R., & Lineberry, C. (2004). Achieving post-merger success. San Francisco, CA: Jhon Wiley & Sons.

Cassia, L., De Massis, A., & Pizzurno, E. (2011). An exploratory investigation on NPD in small family businesses from Northern Italy. International Journal of Business, Management and social sciences, 2(2), 1-14.

Chua, J.H., Chrismand, J. J., De Massis, A., Wangh, H. (2018).Reflections on family firm goals and the assessment of performance. Journal of Family Business Strategy https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfbs.2018.02.001

Craig, J. B. L., & Dibrell, C. (2006). The natural environment, innovation, and firm performance: A comparative study. Family Business Review, 19, 275-288.

Conway center for family business (2018). Family Business Facts. http://www.familybusinesscenter.com/resources/family-business-facts/

Creswell, J. (2009). Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches. Third edition. SAGE Publications.

Davis, J. (2006). Dentro del AND de la empresa familiar. Harvard Business Review, 84 (8), 44-48.

Davis, J. A., & Tagiuri, R. (1982). Bivalent attributes of the family firm. Santa Barbara, CA.: Owner Managed Business Institute.

Family Business Alliance (2014). Retrieved June 2014: http://www.fbagr.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=117&Itemid=75

FUNDES (2011). Gestión de Empresas Familiares. Recuperado de: http://fundes.org/empresas_familiares/

Hernández Sampieri, R., Fernández Collado, C. & Baptista Lucio, P. (2014). Metodología de la investigación (6ª. ed.). México: McGraw Hill.

Hernández-Linares, R., Sarkar, S., López Fernández, M. C. (2017). How has the family firm literature addressed its heterogeneity through classification systems? An integrated analysis. European Journal of Family Business 7. Retrieved: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejfb.2017.06.003

Hellriegel, D. & Slocum, J. (2009). Comportamiento Organizacional (12ava. Ed.). México: Cengage.

Hofstede, G. (2011). Dimensionalizing cultures: the Hofstede Model in context. Online Readings in Psychology and Culture, 2(1).

Ibrahim, A. B., & Ellis, W. H. (1994). Family business management: Concepts and practice. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

INEGI, (2009). Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía. “Micro, pequeña, mediana y gran empresa: estratificación de los establecimientos: Censos Económicos 2009”,

Jaffe, D. T. (1990) Working with ones you love: Conflict resolution and problem solving strategies for a successful business. Berkeley, CA: Conari Press.

Jaques, E. (1951). The changing culture of a factory. London, UK: Tavistock.

Kammerlander, N. & Essen, M. V. (2017). Research: Family Firms Are More Innovative Than Other Companies. Harvard Business Review (January 25).

Levin, R. I., & Rubin, D. S. (2004). Estadística para administración y economía (7.ª ed.). México: Pearson Educación de México, S. A. de C. V.

Manual de Oslo (2005). Guía para la recogida e interpretación de datos sobre innovación (3ª ed.). Traducción española. Publicación conjunta de OCDE y Eurostat.

Marulanda, E. C. E. & López, T. M. (2013). La Gestión del Conocimiento en las Pequeñas y Medianas Empresas (PYMEs) de Colombia. Revista Virtual Universidad Católica del Norte, núm. 38.

Meza, R. E. (13 de noviembre de 2017). Sólo 73% de las empresas familiares cuentan con un plan de sucesión. El Economista. Recuperado de https://www.eleconomista.com.mx/empresas/Solo-73-de-las-empresas-familiares-cuentan-con-un-plan-de-sucesion-20171113-0023.html

Miller, D., Le-Breton-Miller, I., Lester, R. H., Cannella, A. A. (2007). Are Family Firms Really Superior Performers?. Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 13, Issue 5.

Nečadová, M., & Scholleová, H. (2011). MOTIVES AND BARRIERS OF INNOVATION BEHAVIOUR OF COMPANIES. Economics & Management, 16832-838.

Nonaka, I. & Takeuchi, H. (1995). The knowledge-creating company: How Japanese companies create the dynamics of innovation. New York: Oxford university press.

Nonaka, I. (1991). The knowledge-creating company. Harvard business review, 69(6), 96-104.

Novak, M. (1983). Business faith and family. Loyola Business Forum, 4, 6-8.

Okoroafo, S. C. & Koh, A. C. (2010). Family Businesses’ Views on Internationalization: Do They Differ by Generation?. International Business Research, Vol. 3, No. 1.

Ouchi, W. (1982). Teoría Z: cómo pueden las empresas hacer frente al desafío japonés, Bogotá, Norma.

Pla-Blader, J. (2007). Analysing the link between export intensity, innovation and firm size in sciencie-based industry. International Bussines Review, Vol. 16, Issue 3.

San Martín, R. J. M. & Durán, E. J. A. (2017). Radiografía de la empresa familiar en México. UDLAP. Recuperado de: http://www.udlap.mx/empresasfamiliares/assets/files/radiografiaEmpresaFamMex.pdf

The Economist. (2015). To Have and To Hold. Retrieved May 2015: http://www.economist.com/news/special-report/21648171-far-declining-family-firms-will-remain-important-feature-global-capitalism

Schein, E. (1988). La cultura empresarial y el liderazgo: una visión dinámica. Barcelona, Plaza y Janés.

Sciascia, S., Mazzola, P. (2008). Family Involvement in Ownership and Management: Exploring Nonlinear Effects on Performance. Family Business Review, Vol. 21, Issue 4, pp. 331-345.

Souto, J. E. (2015). Gestión de una Cultura de Innovación Basada en las Personas. Journal Of Technology Management & Innovation, 10(3), 60-65.

Uyarra, E., Edler, J., Garcia, J., Georghiou, L., & Yeow, J. (2014). Barriers to innovation through public procurement: A supplier perspective. Technovation, 34(10), 631-645. doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2014.04.003.

Vey, K., Fandel, T., Zipp, J. , & Schneider, C. (2017). Learning & Development in Times of Digital Transformation: Facilitating a Culture of Change and Innovation. International Journal Of Advanced Corporate Learning, 10(1), 22-32. doi:10.3991/ijac.v10i1.6334