FAMILY STRATEGIC MATURITY LEVEL OF A BUSINESS FAMILY
According to Kane et al. (2018)*, the family strategic maturity level of a business family is the scope and extent of the use of self-reflection, communication and collaboration systems that promote decision making and cohesion within the business family. Thus, the degree of maturity provides information about the scope, content and degree of implementation of an implicit or explicit family strategy and the family governance or (self-) management of a business family that is based on it.
* Kane, G. C.; Palmer, D.; Phillips, A. N.; Kiron, D. & Buckley, N. (2018): Coming of Age Digitally. In: MIT Sloan Management Review, /2018. https://sloanreview.mit.edu/projects/coming-of-age-digitally/ [03.01.2021].