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Annika HALL
  • Jönköping
  • Sweden
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Occupation relative to family business
Family Business Advisor, Educator/Researcher
Area of Expertise
Behavioral Science, Management
With what family business organizations are you affiliated (e.g., FFI, FBN, IFERA, FERC, CAFE, IFB)?
Member of FFI
Please share a little about yourself and your business.
Family Business has been my field of research, teaching and consulting for over 15 years. My special focus area is how human needs, such as identity, belonging, control and meaning affect and is affected by strategy, leadership and ownership in family firms. In other words, I am interested in the interdependence of family and business. I have published my research in books and journals, including Family Business Review. In 2012 I publised the book "Family Business Dynamics: A Role and Identity Based Perspective". I have been awarded several prizes for my research including the 2004 FFI prize for best doctoral thesis. I have been developing and teaching family business courses for undergraduate students at Jönköping International Business School, Sweden, and at Jyväskylä University Finland. I am a frequent speaker to associations related to (supporting) family firms both in Sweden and internationally. As of August 2013 I am working as Director Business Advisory at Grant Thornton, Stockholm, Sweden. I am also an affiliated researcher with Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership, Jönköping International Business School.

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At the heart of succession: Awareness from within

At the heart of succession: Awareness from within

Succession processes are full of challenges and have potentially far-reaching consequences – not only for present and future owners, but also for society at large. Consequently, they receive intense attention from researchers, consultants and policy makers alike. While I do agree on the importance and urgency of the topic, it tends, in my view, to be approached from too rationalistic, and in relation to present and future…


Posted on December 1, 2013 at 10:53am

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