José G. Vargas-Hernández, M.B.A; Ph.D.Research professor. Department of Administration University Center for economic and Managerial Sciences, University of Guadalajara Periférico Norte 799 Edificio G-201-7, Núcleo Universitario Los Belenes Zapopan, Jalisco C.P. 45100; México firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
Karla Yvohone Delon Bacre
Doctorado en Ciencias Administrativas Universidad Cristóbal Colón Zapata 80, Col Flores Magón.Veracruz, Ver. CP 91900 Tel. 2292139175 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Generational succession is an issue that is of vital importance in family businesses, since the permanence of the company depends on the success of the process. All the steps to follow, as well as the literature on the subject, are studied in the case presented, which is limited to a Consortium of companies dedicated to foreign trade, whose corporate is located in the city of Veracruz, with 30 years in the market and that is in the process of transition from the Council Presidency of the father to his son. The analysis includes the existing generational differences in the way of thinking and therefore in the way of managing several companies on which more than 600 employees depend and seeks to identify if there are some variables that ensure the success of a generational succession process.
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