Sub-theme 65: Family Firms Growth and Development: The Role of Interorganizational Networks

Marcello Martinez, Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli, Italy
Claudio Giannotti, LUM University Jean Monet of Casamassima, Italy
Doris Neuberger, University of Rostock, Germany
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Biologia 4
Family Firms Internal Networks and Dynamics
Chair: Marcello Martinez & Caterina Galdiero
Elisa Conz
The role of the individual in sustaining the longevity of family firms
Nava Michael-Tsabari and Anat Rafaeli
Measuring bounded emotionality in family firms: Quantitative, qualitative and theoretic considerations
Mario Pezzillo Iacono, Mariavittoria Cicellin, Donata Mussolino, Marcello Martinez and Stefano Consiglio
Daughter self-positioning in family business succession. Narrative analysis from masculine industry
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Biologia 4
SME Development
Chair: Marcello Martinez & Caterina Galdiero
Stefano Za and Paolo Depaoli
SME e-business models and organization: Adding the missing link to the techno-centric approach
Rocco Reina, Marzia Ventura and Anna Maria Melina
Are family firms ready to grow with generational succession? Analysis on empirical cases
Marine Gouëdard
Social capital and innovation in family businesses – Knowledge transfer and network
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, Biologia 4
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Chair: Marcello Martinez & Caterina Galdiero
Rocío Aliaga-Isla
Entrepreneurial opportunities and immigrant entrepreneurs’ knowledge: Towards a theoretical framework
Zong-Rong Lee and Ming-Yi Chang
Keeping up with the family? A longitudinal analysis of kinship networks and performance of intercorporate alliances
Gabriele Morandin and Massimo Bergami
Coping with multiple expectations in boundary-spanning roles: How and when bank managers strive for customer satisfaction
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Biologia 4
Entrepreneurial Networks and Dynamics
Chair: Claudio Giannotti
Caroline Debray, Agnès Paradas, Christophe Fournier and Olivier Torres
The relationship between the sense of coherence in the directors of SMEs, and their perception of stress, isolation, and physical and mental health
Ace Simpson, Marco Berti, Jesse Stein and Antoine Hermens
Tradition of innovation and innovation of tradition: Processes of constructive disruption in a family firm
Claudia Dossena and Alberto Francesconi
Making entrepreneurial orientation dynamic: The role of organizational learning and routines in renewing entrepreneurial orientation
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, Biologia 4
Entrepreneurial Networks and Dynamics
Chair: Claudio Giannotti & Caterina Galdiero
Eliana Minelli and Chiara Morelli
Entrepreneurs from managers: Careers at the “intersection of societal history and individual biography”
Christine Moser, Ingrid Wakkee and Peter Groenewegen
Entrepreneurship 2.0: Online community participation and entrepreneurship
Etty Guerra de Queiroz and Pablo Muñoz
Entrepreneurial intention influencies on skilled work
Alessandra Tognazzo, Paolo Gubitta and Martina Gianecchini
Entrepreneurs’ career: Satisfaction, passion and depression
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, Biologia 4
Family Firms External Dynamcs
Chair: Marcello Martinez & Caterina Galdiero
Brinja Meiseberg
Corporate collaboration with family firms
Paola Angela Maria Mazzurana and Luca Zanin
The choice of the alliance governance structure in small family businesses
Nobin Thomas
Networks for innovation development of small and medium-sized family firms: Role of family and non-family members
Päivi Aaltonen and Maija Ahteela
Innovation mechanisms, entrepreneurship and growth in family businesses – A case study of Austrian medium-high technology organizations
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, Biologia 4
Orientations and Perceptions in Organizational Contexts
Chair: Marcello Martinez & Caterina Galdiero
Vincenza Odorici, Manuela Presutti and Marco Savioli
Strategic orientation and performance in tourism sector: An empirical analysis of the hotels in Italy
Elizabeth Frino and Raymond Markey
Understanding employee engagement through organisational context: Prospects for a multilevel analysis