LA VINCULACIÓN DE DESCENDIENTES A LA EMPRESA FAMILIAR. UN ESTUDIO DE CASOS COLOMBIANOS

  • Melquicedec Lozano Posso Doctor en Creación, Estrategia y Dirección de Empresas, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España. Magíster en Economía Aplicada, Universidad del Valle, Colombia. Director de Investigaciones y Proyectos Especiales, Centro de Desarrollo del Espíritu Empresarial, Universidad Icesi, Colombia.
  • David Urbano Doctor en Creación, Estrategia y Dirección de Empresas, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España. Subdirector Doctorado European Doctoral Programme in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, Departamento de Economía de La Empresa, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España.
Palabras clave: EMPRESA FAMILIAR, SUCESIÓN DE EMPRESAS FAMILIARES, COLOMBIA, ESTUDIO DE CASOS

Resumen

La presente investigación se concentra en la etapa de vinculación de descendientes o potenciales sucesores a la empresa familiar. Esta etapa se constituye en la fase intermedia entre lo vivido por el potencial sucesor antes de ingresar y su vida como profesional ya vinculado de tiempo completo. El concepto de vinculación se ha tomado como algo unidimensional, cuando en realidad hay en su interior varios factores que lo componen. Con esta idea en mente se estudiaron cuatro casos de empresas familiares colombianas. Los resultados muestran que la etapa de vinculación está estructurada en tres factores fundamentales: el modo, el momento y los motivadores. Este estudio genera esta estructura y formula las proposiciones que relacionan esos factores con la decisión de entrada real a la empresa. Se sugiere a los propietarios de empresas y a sus hijos examinar estas dimensiones de la vinculación en su proceso de preparación de las siguientes generaciones.

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2008-12-31
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Lozano Posso, M., & Urbano, D. (2008). LA VINCULACIÓN DE DESCENDIENTES A LA EMPRESA FAMILIAR. UN ESTUDIO DE CASOS COLOMBIANOS. Estudios Gerenciales, 24(109), 65-86. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0123-5923(08)70052-4
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