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El Papel De Los Outsiders En La Empresa Familiar /

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  • Fernández Ortíz, R.


    (Universidad de La Rioja (España))

  • Rodríguez Osés, J.E.


    (Universidad de La Rioja (España))

  • Ruíz-Olalla Corcuera, M.C.


    (Universidad de La Rioja (España))

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    Las características del consejo de administración, su funcionamiento y composición, son en la mayoría de las empresas familiares un reflejo de la estructura del poder, experiencia, inquietudes y cultura que posee esa empresa. La presencia de externos en el consejo no ha de suponer la pérdida de control por parte de la familia. Esto último, pondría en peligro la transmisión de la cultura y valores de la empresa, de la visión de la familia y su materialización en la estrategia. En este trabajo se recogen una serie de recomendaciones sobre la adecuada incorporación de outsiders en la empresa familiar dependiendo del resultado de la combinación de la distribución de la propiedad y del tipo de gestión. / The characteristics of the Board of Directors, its running and composition reflect, for most family firms, their structure of power, experience, interests and culture. The presence of outsiders in the board does not necessarily imply a loss of power by the family, as this will impair the transfer of the culture and values of the firm, the vision of the family and its strategic implementation. This work includes a series of recommendations on the most adequate way to integrate outsiders in family firms depending on the combination of ownership distribution and kind of management.

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    Article provided by Academia Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (AEDEM) in its journal Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa.

    Volume (Year): 13 (2007)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 117-129

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    Handle: RePEc:idi:jiedee:v:13:y:2007:i:1:p:117-129
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