Emotions in Family Enterprise
What do love and jealousy, passion and shame, fraternity and anger have to do with managing a family business? That is the focus of the latest issue of Entreprises et Histoire, Europe's leading journal of management and business history, which is dedicated to a study of the distinctive role of emotions in family enterprise, past and present.
Here, Saybrook's John Seaman and Stephen Mihm join a scholar of family business and the CEO of a multigenerational family business in a wide-ranging debate on the interplay of history and emotions—and their surprising impact on strategy, succession, and survival in family enterprise.
You can read the article here.