Impactful female entrepreneurial leadership in family enterprises in India: anchors and tensions of a deep phenomenon

Nicolopoulou, Katerina and Arora, Bimal and Whitfield, Caroline and Mueller, Andrea and Banerjee, Shilpi and Deo, Yatin (2021) Impactful female entrepreneurial leadership in family enterprises in India: anchors and tensions of a deep phenomenon. In: R&D Management Conference Strathclyde University, 2021-07-15. (In Press)

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Abstract

In the last few decades, India has been experiencing a major transition of leadership within family enterprises, which gradually includes generation X and Y (2nd /3rd generation onwards). Generational change impacts the ability of the organization to reinvent itself. The role of women (eg: daughters, daughters-in-law, wives and widows), and they can create impact within their organisations and communities in the Indian business setting is under-researched.

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Nicolopoulou, Katerina ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2634-5296, Arora, Bimal, Whitfield, Caroline, Mueller, Andrea, Banerjee, Shilpi and Deo, Yatin;