Structural Development

The structure of family-business relations is the set of habits, norms, processes, forums and so on through which the family orders its relations with the company. This structure always exists, whether created explicitly or implicitly over the years. The more complex a family and a company, the more highly-developed the structure of relations needed between the two to create order out of the chaos arising from complexity. Thus a city has a more highly-developed structure than a village.

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