The role of socioemotional wealth and constructive conflict management in innovation activities of FFs

Cristina Alvarado Álvarez, Imma Armandans, Maria Jose Parada Balderrama

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Cooperative relationships elicit more constructive conflict management resulting in more open debate, creative solutions, and more team cohesion. Evidence shows a strong nexus between constructive conflict management and improving innovation activities in organizations. In family firms, there is some evidence around the positive role of the conflict in innovation, although more research is necessary to understand how constructive conflict management is possible in such a complex system. Aligned with this goal, this article studies the role of socioemotional wealth in potentiating or limiting such cooperative styles affecting constructive conflict management and innovation in family firms. We propose some theoretical propositions that guide further research and could help to practitioners and managers.
Idioma originalAnglès
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 20 de set. 2017
Esdeveniment3rd International Family Business Research Forum (IFBRF) -
Durada: 20 de set. 201723 de set. 2017

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Conferència3rd International Family Business Research Forum (IFBRF)
Període20/09/1723/09/17

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