Family-driven innovation: Resolving the paradox in family firms
De Massis A
Di Minin A
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This article presents an integrated, contingency perspective on family firm innovation called Family-Driven Innovation (FDI). The framework highlights the need for consistency between a family firm's strategic innovation decisions and its idiosyncrasies to achieve and sustain competitive advantage through innovation. This article also offers some directions for future research on FDI and serves as an introduction to this special section on family firms. © 2015 by The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
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