Research Applied: <i>FBR</i> Précis for the Practitioner
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Research Applied: FBR Précis for the Practitioner

Following on the early release of the June 2017 issue of FBR, we are pleased to present the following three précis. Thanks to the original authors and the authors of the précis for this continuing feature in The Practitioner. Go here for: Frank Hoy’s précis of Family Firm(s) Outcomes Model: Structuring Financial and Nonfinancial Outcomes … Continue reading

Family Firms and Compliance: Reconciling the Conflicting Predictions Within the Socioemotional Wealth Perspective
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Family Firms and Compliance: Reconciling the Conflicting Predictions Within the Socioemotional Wealth Perspective

(Authors: Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro, Ruth V. Aguilera, and Rafel Crespí-Cladera) Research Applied précis prepared by Navneet Bhatnagar, Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise, Indian School of Business Corporate scandals and financial meltdowns have led to corporate governance reforms all around the world. In addition to the rules and laws that firms have to … Continue reading

Family Firm(s) Outcomes Model: Structuring Financial and Nonfinancial Outcomes Across the Family and Firm
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Family Firm(s) Outcomes Model: Structuring Financial and Nonfinancial Outcomes Across the Family and Firm

(Authors: Daniel T. Holt, Allison W. Pearson, Jon C. Carr, and Tim Barnett) Research Applied précis prepared by Frank Hoy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute We all know that many family business owners have different types of goals than do the executives of non-family enterprises, especially publicly-traded corporations. In spite of this awareness, researchers have predominantly attempted … Continue reading

The Impact of Incentive Compensation on Labor Productivity in Family and Nonfamily Firms
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The Impact of Incentive Compensation on Labor Productivity in Family and Nonfamily Firms

(Authors: James J. Chrisman, Srikant Devaraj, and Pankaj C. Patel) Research Applied précis prepared by Ken Moores, Moores Family Enterprise and Bond University Introduction Family business leaders have long been exhorted to professionalize their businesses. While what this entails has yet to be precisely determined, most would concede that professionalization entails the adoption of a … Continue reading

Research Applied: <i>FBR</i> Précis for the Practitioner
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Research Applied: FBR Précis for the Practitioner

Thanks to Ken McCracken for this précis on “Perceptions of Knowledge Sharing Among Small Firm Leaders: A Structural Equation Model,” which will be appearing in the June issue of FBR. Based on current research as published in FBR, the research applied précis provide analysis of academic articles and helpful suggestions for family enterprise practitioners. Yours … Continue reading

Technological innovation four ways. What more can you ask?
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Technological innovation four ways. What more can you ask?

This week’s issue of The Practitioner gives you four ways of looking at a piece of significant research: 1) the original article; 2) the précis by Frank Hoy; 3) a podcast interview with the authors and FBR assistant editor Karen Vinton; 4) the interview in Spanish. Go here for the article, Technological Innovation Inputs, Outputs, … Continue reading

Must Read <i>FBR</i> Articles from 2016
Family Business Review

Must Read FBR Articles from 2016

Thanks to FBR assistant editor Karen Vinton and the members of the Research Applied Board for their recommendations on “must read” articles from 2016. Yours in Practice, The Practitioner Examining Family Firm Succession from a Social Exchange Perspective: A Multi-Phase, Multi-Stakeholder Review, Daspit, J.J., Holt, D.T., Chrisman, J.J. & Long, R.G. (2016). Family Business Review, … Continue reading