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Les facteurs endogènes de performance durable de l’internationalisation de l’entreprise familiale : cas longitudinal de recherche-intervention

Abstract : We study family businesses’ strategic management methods that promote sustainable and efficient internationalization. Based on four theoretical frameworks, sustainable economic value creation, strategic base, Uppsala’s sequential model, and organizational learning, we have ventured the following research hypothesis: the internationalization strategy boosts sustainable performance if family businesses’ strategic management methods rely on social and economic endogenous variables. Through a longitudinal intervention-research case, we have identified and measured its internationalization sustainable performance endogenous factors. Two main performance factors and two main sustainability factors provide competitive advantage for it: steering and controlling practices with three incremental functions (management, organization, and information), regular negotiation on “how to live together organizational agreement”, measurement of intangible and endogenous factors, and organization of experience-based learning.
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Amandine Savall. Les facteurs endogènes de performance durable de l’internationalisation de l’entreprise familiale : cas longitudinal de recherche-intervention. Gestion et management. Conservatoire national des arts et metiers - CNAM, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014CNAM0974⟩. ⟨tel-02403743⟩

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