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跨业交流协会对家族企业接班者之影响-社会资本之分析

【中文摘要】:家族企业传承的不易是亚洲家族企业普遍面临的现象,中小企业的接班与传
承更是近年来关心台湾产业发展者关注的焦点。虽然家族企业创办人对于接班者
的培养,包括教育投资或基层工作磨练,都有相当着墨,但仍无法保证接班者是
否能成功接班。过去关于家族接班议题之研究,多数是透过个案探讨,了解家族
企业创办人对于接班者的接班计划,或是了解接班者意愿与能力,是否是影响成
功接班的关键指标。

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但个案方式的讨论,多数是由父-子意愿间的结合,作为了
解接班成功的关键,缺乏对于接班者同侪间关係,是否会影响接班者能力,乃至
于可否成功接班之了解。本文将透过与跨业交流组织的问卷,以社会资本论点为
主要理论视野,探讨家族企业接班者参与跨业交流组织对于家族企业接班之影响,
并了解接班者与该组织中不同成员角色之互动,对于其接班能力的影响。

研究结果发现,(1)在跨业交流组织中,若接班者愈与核心成员谘询问题,
愈能增进经营知识;(2)在跨业交流组织中,若接班者愈与干部谘询事业问

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题,
对其家庭沟通能力之增进有正向显着影响;(3)在跨业交流组织中,若接班者愈
与干部谘询人际问题,对于其家庭沟通能力之增进,有正向影响。研究结果不仅
本说明跨业交流组织,对于家族企业接班者在接班过程中默会知识增长之重要性,
也说明积极参与以家族企业接班者为主的同侪组织,有助于接班者在经营知识与
家庭沟通能力之增长。研究结果有助于了解跨业同侪组织,对于接班者的社会资
本意义,以及有助于了解亚洲家族企业接班议题。
【英文摘要】:Succession plan is a tough challenge in family businesses, including the family businesses in Asia. The successful succession and inheritance of SMEs will be related closely with the industrial development in a society, for example, in the case of Taiwan. Although the family founder will pay lot of attention on training the successors; however, all these efforts cannot guarantee the succession plan is successful. Lots of researches utilize the case method to examine the successor’s capabilities in addressing succession plan issues. The typical case studies leave a research gap on whether the successor’s personal network will exert impact on the successor’s capabilities and even the successful succession plan.
This research will employ the social capital viewpoint to examine the impact of the participation in inter-industrial association on family business successor’s capabilities in Taiwan.
Utilizing the deeply interview and the questionnaire method, the results indicate that, 1. the more interaction between the family business successor’s and the core members in the inter-industrial association, the higher level of the successor’s managerial knowledge; 2. the more interaction between the family business successor’s and the cadres in the inter-industrial association, the higher level of the successor’s communication skill in the family business, no matter the interaction is focus on the managerial issues or even the inter-personal issues.
The results highlight the
importance of participation in the inter-industrial association on the successor’s tac

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it knowledge in family businesses. This research provides referable values on the understanding of the relationships between the successor’s personal network and the successor capabilities in family businesses. Moreover, it also provides a start-point in addressing succession issues in family businesses in Asia.
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