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Hadryś-Nowak Alicja (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu)
Tytuł
Kobiety w przedsiębiorstwach rodzinnych - przegląd literatury
Research on Women in Family Firms - Literature Review
Źródło
Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, 2014, t. 15, z. 7, cz. 3, s. 111-124, bibliogr. 49 poz.
Entrepreneurship and Management
Tytuł własny numeru
Firmy Rodzinne - współczesne nurty badań i praktyki zarządzania
Słowa kluczowe
Przedsiębiorstwo rodzinne, Kobieta w biznesie, Przegląd literatury
Family-owned business, Women in business, Literature review
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
W przedsiębiorstwach rodzinnych kobiety pełniły zwykle tradycyjne role, takie jak: żona, rodzic, teściowa czy lider rodziny. Wiele kobiet, żon oraz córek, było wychowywanych w przeświadczeniu, że są nieodpowiednie dla funkcji kierowniczych. Sytuacja zmienia się jednak w ostatnich latach, ponieważ coraz więcej kobiet decyduje się na wejście do świata biznesu. Podobnie jest również w przedsiębiorstwach rodzinnych, gdzie kobiety coraz częściej decydują się dołączyć do rodzinnych biznesów, aby tam realizować swoją karierę zawodową. W niniejszym artykule przeanalizowane zostały przeprowadzone do tej pory badania dotyczące kobiet w przedsiębiorstwach rodzinnych, po to, aby zrozumieć i uporządkować obecny stan wiedzy na ten temat. W tym celu analizie poddano ponad 30 artykułów naukowych oraz 10 monografii. Przegląd literaturowy pokazał, że autorzy, zarówno badań empirycznych, jak i teoretycznych, zgodnie podkreślają zmiany występujące w ostatnich latach w kontekście wzrastającej obecności kobiet w korporacjach oraz w przedsiębiorstwach rodzinnych. (fragment tekstu)

Based on a review of articles and other research works published, the current work examines both obstacles to and positive aspects of women's involvement in family firms. The most important findings of this work concern the important role that wives play for the continuity and growth of the family firm and the factors that can help or hinder daughters to progress professionally and achieve leadership positions in family firms. The paper examines the issue of women in family businesses with the following order: the analysis of the career development of women, the analysis of the management and running of the family business, the issue of "invisibility" of women, emotional leadership and succession. (original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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