This is the second in a series of four special issues on the theme of Constellations. In today’s articles we discover new and different ways to understand, work and solve some of the human, common, and personal problems that affect the continuity of a family business project, with a systemic approach that unveils and identifies some of the unconscious laws behind the human behavior.
• Go here for Oscar R. Peña’s “The Systemic Perspective at the Family Enterprise Field,”
where the author explains how Bert Hellinger’s psychotherapy theory made its major contribution to the concept of “Constellations” and how it works with the family businesses.
• Go here for Arden O’Connor and Michael Madera’s “Addiction, Advisors and Alliances: Working together to address complex family issues” in which they explain a method to help families and advisors to fight together against the difficulties of having a key person immersed in severe addiction.
Originally published in: http://ffipractitioner.org/2014/11/12/constellations-part-ii/
lunes, noviembre 17, 2014
miércoles, noviembre 05, 2014
The family enterprise system is a global field of research and practice, encompassing families and businesses of different sizes, both of which have implications for delivering and capturing value. As the first in a series of four special issues on the theme of Constellations, the articles selected to describe the attributes of “Culture, Customs, Rituals and Perspectives” in a family business show us examples of a system with history and legacy that is frequently individual and unique. Here, we’ll discover how consultants and advisors add value through a multidisciplinary approach, understanding the different points that build this complexity.
Go here for Amy Katz's “Daughters in Family Enterprises: Implications and opportunities for family practitioners,” to find some of the new dynamics at play when daughters raised in family businesses deploy their leader abilities.
Go here for Barbara Hauser's “A Western Woman Advising Saudis on Governance: Cultural differences and similarities.” Join her on an eleven year journey discovering the family businesses of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Go here for Javier Macías's “Family Harmony Myth in Spain and Latin-America,” in which the author gives us an excellent description on how he learned always to be cautious with this cultural myth.
Originally published in: http://ffipractitioner.org/2014/11/05/constellations-part-i/