The study explores the tension of kinship relations from family attachment with family members and its effects on business succession and strategic allocation. We propose a matrilateral Fang theory and focus on the female perspective to understand why a business family be divided and united and how it cope with its kinship relations in business succession. Using secondary data of Top 100 business group in Taiwan, we found the matrilateral Fang is associated with goal conflicts and internal tension. Family generations, founder’s tenure, and initial founding families have impacts on business succession and strategic allocation.
|Effective start/end date||2018/08/01 → 2019/07/31|
- business family
- business succession
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