FAMILY BUSINESS RESILIENCE IN TIMES OF CRISIS: BRIDGING RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
Family businesses have been acknowledged for their superior longevity rates demonstrating their resilience over generations, beyond family, business, economic and context-specific crises. This panel will explore the factors, dynamics and impacts of resilience in family businesses from a dual perspective. Our panelists are scholars and practitioners in the family business field with a management and psychology background. They will share their insights based on research and cases then engage in a conversation with the participants by extrapolating their learnings to the current and future crises.
Each panelist will propose a recommended reading prior to the session to encourage timely and fruitful exchanges and inspire future research directions.
Fredda Herz Brown, PhD
Prof. Dr. Ivan Lansberg
Prof. Dr. Tom Rüsen
Prof. Dr. Salvo Tomaselli
Claudia Binz Astrachan