Knowledge Management in Family Business Succession:
CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
The presenter is Bingbing Ge, PhD researcher at the Centre for Family Business, Lancaster University Management School (UK). The paper is entitled “Knowledge Management in Family Business Succession: Current Trends and Future Directions“, and is co-authored by Giovanna Campopiano.
date: March 24, 2021
time: 12:00-13:00 (CET)
location: Zoom (private event)
ABSTRACT – This research aims at reviewing the literature on knowledge management in family business, addressing the research question: “How is knowledge managed across generations in family business?”. We synthetize the literature, highlighting the role of multiple stakeholders who affect knowledge management along the phases of the succession process. Stemming from these findings and embracing a practice-based view, we offer research directions to guide future contributions on knowledge construction in family business. The purpose of this article is not only to conclude the previous research but also to provide insights for future research directions and to provide practical implications.
Centre for Family Business
Lancaster University Management School