Sociology of the Business Family
The business family has hardly been a topic of family sociology so far. Precisely because more than two-thirds of all companies are family-run, it is surprising that sociology has not...
WIFU_compact 30 The Silent Power of Elementary Rules
The 30th WIFU_compact episode "The silent power of elementary rules" explains how rules can make it easier to get along in business families as social systems.
WIFU_compact 29 Working with the Extended Tetralemma
The 29th WIFU_compact episode "Working with the extended tetralemma" explains how the extended tetralemma method can be applied, for example, to conflicts in succession processes.
WIFU_compact 28 Ownership Competence in Four Dimensions
In the 28th WIFU_compact episode "Shareholder competence in four dimensions", the 4 dimensions of shareholder competence are explained.
WIFU_compact 27 Branch Organisations – A Matter of Type
The 27th WIFU_compact episode "Tribal organisation - a matter of type" summarises, among other things, which four types can be identified within tribal organisations in family businesses.
WIFU_compact 26 The Branch Organisation of Business Families
The 26th WIFU_compact episode "The tribal organisation of business families" summarises, among other things, how tribal organisations form and why conflicts can arise within these tribes.
WIFU_compact 25 Seven Paradoxes of Longevity
The 25th WIFU_compact episode "Seven Paradoxes of Longevity" summarises, among other things, which seven paradoxes contribute to the longevity of family businesses.
WIFU_compact 24 How Daughters Become Successors
The 24th WIFU_compact episode "How daughters become successors" summarises, among other things, how daughters can become successors in family businesses and how the businesses can benefit from this.