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Jose Daniel Lorenzo Gomez
Universidad de Cádiz
Spain
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Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): Strategic and Organizational Change, Strategic and Organizational Change, pages 56-65
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/ejfbejfb.v10i1.7018
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Abstract

La empresa familiar presenta una serie de características que condicionan su disposición al cambio y la renovación, que son necesarios para mantener la continuidad de la empresa en el largo plazo, para que pueda ser legada a las siguientes generaciones. Se analizan algunas aproximaciones a la identificación de las barreras al cambio que son más específicas de las características propias de la empresa familiar, para identificar los factores que pueden tener mayor incidencia en la decisión e implantación de procesos de cambio en las empresas familiares. Entre estos factores se pueden citar la generación al frente de la empresa familiar, la influencia de los grupos de interés -particularmente la dualidad entre empresa y familia-, y la mayor o menor participación de profesionales externos a la familia.

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