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Title:NASLEDSTVO DRUŽINSKEGA PODJETJA NA PRIMERU HARAMIJA & CO. K.D.
Authors:Haramija, Katarina (Author)
Štrukelj, Tjaša (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Haramija_Katarina_2011.pdf (1,61 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Če hočemo, da podjetje preživi prenos z ene generacije na drugo, je zelo pomembno, da planiramo nasledstvo. Veliko je podjetij, v katerih tega niso naredili, in so bili potem primorani podjetja prodati ali pa so šla v stečaj (Vadnjal 1997, Glas 2003, Leah 1991). Pri planiranju procesa nasledstva lahko dodamo še, da gre za dolgotrajen in večstopenjski proces, ki se ne zaključi zgolj s prenosom moči predhodnika na naslednika, ampak lahko o uspešnem prenosu govorimo takrat, ko se novo vodstvo povsem integrira v poslovni proces družinskega podjetja. Pri pisanju diplomskega seminarja smo s proučevanjem družinskega podjetja Haramija & Co., k. d., ugotovili, da je družinsko podjetje resnično nekakšna posebna organizacija, ki jo prepletata družinski in poslovni proces. Prav zaradi prepletanja teh dveh procesov oziroma sistemov lahko prihaja do različnih nesoglasij in konfliktov. V diplomskem seminarju smo dali največji pomen preučevanju nasledstvenih možnostih in nasledstvenem procesu družinskega podjetja Haramija & Co., k. d., saj lahko družinsko podjetje le s pravočasnim in pravilnim planiranjem nasledstva obstoji na trgu, deluje naprej, se razvija in raste. Le pravočasno planiranje lahko pomaga temu, da podjetje preživi prehod z ene generacije na drugo in da je ta prehod uspešen.
Keywords:Družinsko podjetje, Medgeneracijski prenos lastništva, Proces nasledstva, Lastniki podjetja, Nasledniki podjetja
Year of publishing:2011
Source:Maribor
UDC:334.72
COBISS_ID:10897948 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CXCUDNR2
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Language:English
Title:FAMILY BUSINESS SUCCESSION IN THE CASE OF HARAMIJA & CO., K. D. ENTERPRISE
Abstract:If we want a company to survive the transfer from one generation to another, it is very important to plan the succession. There are many companies where this has not been done, and as a consequence they were sold or went bankrupt (Vadnjal 1997, Glas 2003, Leah 1991). The process of succession planning is long and consists of many levels. It is not completed by simply transferring power from a predecessor to a successor. The transfer can be considered successful when new leadership is absolutely integrated into the business process of the family business. By writing the final seminar and studying Haramija & Co, k.d. family business, we found out that a family business really is a special organisation where family and business processes are interwoven, and these two interwoven processes or systems can lead to various disputes and conflicts. In the final seminar we were mainly focused on the succession possibilities and the succession process in Haramija & Co., k.d. family business because a timely and proper succession planning forms the basis for an enterprise to survive in the market and continue to operate, develop and grow. Timely planning is crucial for a company to survive the transfer from one generation to another and helps this transition to be successful.
Keywords:Family business, Intergenerational transfer of ownership, Succession process, Business owners, Business successors


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