Family Firms in the long run: The interplay between emotions and history
The Family Business Academic Research Day aims at research presentations on the intersection of emotions and history to lay down the state of the art on the topic and build basis for advancing research in the field. Academic keynotes from renowned experts in different fields will inspire the varied research community and practitioners interested in family business.
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|Popp, Andrew, Smith Andrew, & Wong Nick||University of Liverpool||Faith as Emotion: Religion, Narratives and the Family Firm||A1|
|Michael-Tsabari, Nava||Tel Aviv University||Family firms as emotional organizations: measuring Bounded Emotionality among non-family employees||A1|
|Hannachi, Mariem & Didier, Chabaud||ESSCA École de management; IAE de Paris, Sorbonne Graduate Business School||The Strategic Renewal of a Multigenerational Family Business: The Historical Approach’s Contributions||A2|
|Riot, Elen||University of Reims||The Unique Sparkle of Champagne Houses: Family Business, Brand Totems and the Role of Emotions||A2|
|Nakaoka, Shunsuke||Kokushikan University||The First Globalization, its Impacts and the Ownership and Managerial Reforms of Japanese Family Businesses – the Case of Mitsui Families||A2|
|Discua Cruz, Allan||Lancaster University||
That does not fit with how we feel!: Understanding CSR engagement by a family in business through narrative research.
|Ronchi, Veronica||Università degli Studi di Milano||Mascioni: An Organ Firm with a Family Nature||B1|
|Evans, Bruno||University Toulouse Jean Jaures||From Unity to Division: How Jealousy Contributed to the Family Business Fail - The Case of Comb Making Entrepreneurs in the Pays d’Olmes, South of France||B2|
|Bernardon, Renatta & Alamo Pablo & Patrice Gaidzinski||Unisios & EDHEC Visiting Scholar||Emotions: Poison or Medicine for long lived Family Businesses||B2|
|Passant, Adrien||University of Paris I - Pantheon Sorbonne||Between Filial Piety and Management Opportunism: The Strategic Use of Family Business History after the Buyout by Nonfamily Purchasers||B2|
|Bouderbala, Rym||ISCAE-Univ. Manouba||History of Family Business Groupings: the Duality Economic Growth – Emotional Evolvement||C|
|Debruyne, Emmanuel||UC Louvain||Bankrupts in the Shadows of the 'Belle Epoque'. Coping with the Failure, Coping with the Shame. Belgium, 1896-1914||C|
|Martini, Manuela||University Lumière Lyon 2||Brotherhood and Business: Migration and Siblings’ Relations in Small Firms, from Southern to Western Europe in the 20th Century||C|
Telling the family business story: Practices towards family and business sustainability
History allows us to gain a multidimensional perspective of what happens in a family business across the life cycle of the family, ownership and business.
Prominent family business entrepreneurs and CEOs will share their experiences on the construction and role of history narratives in their family business to inform and/or direct strategic decisions. Their insights will be complemented by reflections from renowned scholars and experts building on their research and expertise.
Each participant will have the possibility to join workshops reflecting on three basic questions: The Why? The How? The What? Please note that the seats are limited. Register early!
The workshops are structured around round tables moderated by experts in the field, allowing for family business members, academics and practitioners to come together and share their knowledge and experience.
This workshop will explore why family businesses engage in sharing their history when it comes to the following aspects:
This round table will discuss how the historical narrative process is initiated and evolving over time.
This workshop will explore the content of historical narratives:
The key learnings from each workshop will be shared during the plenary session that follows. A closing keynote will provide hands on tools and set the stage for the next steps of development of family business practices on the topic. Participants will be finally invited to a closing cocktail that fosters exchanges and networking.
Please note: Available seats for workshops are limited. Workshop will be held in English and in French – Please register early!