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Corporate Culture and Organizational Effectiveness.
Corporate Culture and Organizational Effectiveness Studying Culture and Effectiveness The Comparative Research Design The Quantitative Results The Qualitative Results: Introduction and OverviewExpand
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Examining the 'Family Effect' on Firm Performance
The purpose of this article is to provide an explanation for the contradictory evidence in the literature regarding the performance of family-owned firms. The article suggests that most of theExpand
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Family Firms and Social Responsibility: Preliminary Evidence from the S&P 500
Little is known about the impact of family ownership and management on corporate social performance. Some scholars have suggested that family firms are not likely to act in a socially responsibleExpand
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Cultural Change in Family Firms: Anticipating and Managing Business and Family Transitions
Explains how to recognize, anticipate, and solve the problems created by the cultures of family firms as they grow and mature. Shows how culture can determine the success or failure of the firm basedExpand
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Toward a Theory of Entrepreneurial Careers
Parallel streams of theory and research regarding entrepreneurship and careers has led to a dearth of comprehensive theories regarding the careers of entrepreneurs. This article describes four coreExpand
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Better Stories, Not Better Constructs, To Generate Better Theory: A Rejoinder to Eisenhardt
In this article the authors discuss an article published in a pervious issue that presented an approach to building better theory through the use of case studies. Expand
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Culture and Continuity in Family Firms
The culture of the family firm plays an important role in determining the success of the business beyond the first generation.
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Integrating Professional Management into a Family Owned Business
Under which conditions can professional knowledge and values be integrated successfully into the organization and management of a family firm?
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The Family: The Missing Variable in Organizational Research*
Few studies in the mainstream management literature have included the family as a variable. The focus of this article is to describe (1) why there is a dearth of research using family as a variable;Expand
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Cultural change in family firms
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