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Organization Behavior: Ownership Structures

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Why do ownership structures that worked well in one generation often prove ineffective in later generations?
Discuss at least three factors that prevent structure "longevity" and suggest ways the family enterprise can avoid them.

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The response addresses the queries posted in 434 words with references.

//The ownership structure of the enterprise depends on the upcoming generation. The given paper will provide effective information about the change in the ownership structure due to later generation. In the next part, the discussion will be based on factors which will be helpful for the family business to prevent the structure of long period//

The structure of ownership changes according to the style and different nature of coming generations. In the starting or in the initial stage of the ownership structure, the development of the enterprise is done according to the modern techniques ...

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