Why Family Firms Are Like Jenga

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With ties that bind emotionally and legally, family businesses are different from non-family firms:  sensitive, easily disrupted and conflict-prone. But in this interview with EIX Editor Kim Eddleston, Doug Baumoel of Continuity Family Business Consulting argues that family businesses must find a way to innovate nonetheless, even if it brings conflict and discomfort.

Kimberly Eddleston

Kimberly Eddleston

Schulze Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship / D'Amore-McKim School of Business / Northeastern University
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DOI: 10.17919/X9PG6S
Eddleston, K. (2017, June 20). Why family firms are like jenga. Entrepreneurship & Innovation Exchange. Retrieved April 21, 2019, from https://familybusiness.org/content/why-family-firms-are-like-jenga


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