Estrategias para una sucesión exitosa en la empresa familiar

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  • M. E. García Universidad Antonio Nebrija

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https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn4.8-2

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Key words: Family business, family counsoul, partial retirement, succession in family business

Abstract. This study has the objective to propose a group of strategies to help the Family Business Manager to solve the succession problems; by using these strategies the family business can conquer a transition power that creates the most wealth posible to the business and to the familiy. This study is presented as a descrptive research, with basis on the most recently research about succession problems on family business. The Familiy Business Managers who want that business still belongs to familiy have the obligation of developing a
succession plan that allows the company continue being competitive when family business manager leaves the company. The strategies included in this study must be promoted by the Family Business Manager who must take care of leading the directive team to sucessuful power change. The strategies proposed in this study are: Creating a Family Business Conseil; Choosing the succesor from an analitical point of view; Get pschicologist support in the succesion period; To create a Business Society; Partial Retirement of Director; An
adequate compensation management; Open communication among all the members; and a provisional management.

Palabras Claves: Consejo familiar, empresa familiar, retiro parcial, sucesión en la empresa familiar

Resumen. El objetivo del estudio es proponer un conjunto de estrategias para ayudar a los Directores de Empresas Familiares a solucionar los problemas relacionados con la sucesión. Mediante el uso de estas estrategias clave las empresas familiares pueden lograr una transición de poder que genere la mayor riqueza posible para el negocio y para la familia. El presente estudio se plantea como una investigación de carácter descriptiva, basada en las investigaciones mas recientes sobre la problemática de la sucesión en la empresa familiar.
Los Directores de las Empresas Familiares que desean que el negocio siga perteneciendo a la familia tienen la obligación de desarrollar un plan de sucesión que permita a la organización seguir siendo competitiva cuando el Director abandone la empresa. Las estrategias presentadas en este estudio deben ser promovidas por el Director de la Empresa Familiar quien debe encargarse de dirigir a su equipo directivo rumbo al éxito en la transición  de poder. Las estrategias propuestas en este estudio son: La creación de un Consejo Familiar; la elección analítica del sucesor; solicitar asesoría psicológica durante el periodo de sucesión; la formación de una Sociedad de Negocio; el Retiro Parcial del Director; un manejo adecuado de las compensaciones; la implementación de una estructura de comunicación abierta y la planeación de una administración interina.

 

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García, M. E. (2017). Estrategias para una sucesión exitosa en la empresa familiar. Innovaciones De Negocios, 4(8). https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn4.8-2