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Family firms and new ventures: studies on selected topics highlighting their distinctiveness

  • This cumulative dissertation includes three papers and one teaching case study. Together, they focus on topics highlighting the distinctiveness of family firms and new ventures. While the first paper analyzes the academic debate over the familiness concept in family firm research, the second paper focuses on explaining the unique relational dynamics between family and non-family managers in top management teams. The third paper aims to derive design designs for family firm specific corporate accelerators. The teaching case study shows how a growing new venture may strike a balance between coping with increasing organizational complexity and maintaining its distinct entrepreneurial spirit.

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Document Type:Doctoral Thesis
Language:English
Author:Sabina Pielken
Referee:Stephan Stubner, Torsten WulfORCiD
Chairs and Professorships:Chair of Strategic Management and Digital Entrepreneurship
Full text/ URN:urn:nbn:de:bsz:14-qucosa2-744011
Place of publication:Leipzig
Year of Completion:2020
Page Number:VII, 97
Date of final exam:2020/08/04
Tag:Corporate accelerator; Corporate entrepreneurship; Familiness; Family firms; Top management team
Note:
included:
Dienemann, Sabina ; Stubner, Stephan: Familiness on a Dead End Street? The evolution of the familiness concept and its suitability for future research on family firms. Pielken, Sabina: Family and non-family managers in the mix - relationships in the hybrid top management teams of family firms. Pielken, Sabina ; Kanbach, Dominik K.: Corporate accelerators in family firms - a conceptual view in their. Pielken, Sabina ; Veit, Philipp ; Stubner, Stephan: The Trivago way - growing without growing up?
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich gesch├╝tzt