Roger Levy and Ilapak (A): Building an Entrepreneurial Family Enterprise Case Solution

This Case is about Family Enterprise

published: 01 Sep 2006

In an intimate and frank narrative design, participants of the Levy family and their non-family Chief Executive Officer go over the future of their family service. This case permits trainees to think about succession, management and life-cycle change problems that are typical, however frequently unaddressed, in all family organizations. By concentrating on personal narratives, this lawsuit exceeds common tactical and monetary concerns. This case offers product for conversations around the personality and management design of the beginning business owner; life-cycle and service cycle shifts; psychodynamic concerns in family companies; and a family bodies approach to company difficulties.

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