Dimensions of Successful Succession. The case of Turago Star
Adrian Motoc ()
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Adrian Motoc: National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy, 2021, vol. 9, issue 4, 476-488
The process of succession is influenced not just by market values, but also by familial bonds. During this case's investigation, it was discovered that sibling rivalry appears to be the source of interpersonal conflict, which is the outcome of a lack of communication over time. It would eventually have an impact on the efficiency of company succession procedures. Successor preparation entails more than just gaining information, insight, and talent. If successors are to have the legitimacy required to run a company, they must gain credibility with both internal and external stakeholders. To have a successful succession, one must first grasp the various traits that are required. This study is based on a single case analysis, primary data being collected through interviews with the family members and correlated with secondary data sources. It further analyses the direct and indirect influences of the critical success factors on the succession process out of which recommendations and an implementation plan emerge. Taking into account both internal and external factors affecting the succession process in a family business, it is suggested that, to be successful, they must recognize this challenge and address it by implementing governance structures that establish clear procedures to consider when family and business conflicts and misunderstandings arise. Such institutions must be in place before the situations they govern occur.
Keywords: Family business; Succession; Strategic challenges; Conflicts; Family governance. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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