Intergenerational coexistence is a situation that many organizations experience. The presented quantitative research attempts to understand if and how intense the differences are in the entrepreneurial profile between seniors and juniors and their ideas concerning expertise, roles and relationships within an enterprise. There appears to be a lack of balance in mutual perceptions of competencies between seniors and juniors, in the perception of coexistence satisfaction of the different generations and in the image of generational transition. Moreover, we found that competency awareness influences relationships between generations

Competency Awareness and Quality of Relationships: Intergenerational Coexistence in Family Businesses

CUBICO, Serena;FAVRETTO, Giuseppe;ARDOLINO, Piermatteo;Noventa, Stefano;Bellini, Diego;GIANESINI, Giovanna;
2016-01-01

Abstract

Intergenerational coexistence is a situation that many organizations experience. The presented quantitative research attempts to understand if and how intense the differences are in the entrepreneurial profile between seniors and juniors and their ideas concerning expertise, roles and relationships within an enterprise. There appears to be a lack of balance in mutual perceptions of competencies between seniors and juniors, in the perception of coexistence satisfaction of the different generations and in the image of generational transition. Moreover, we found that competency awareness influences relationships between generations
Family Business Management
Entrepreneurial Aptitude
Competencies
Entrepreneurship
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