Danish-German Partnership off the Rail: An Owner Manager's Struggle to Regain Control of the Family Business

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Abstract

This teaching case concerns a family owned foundry in Denmark. In 1994, the owner-manager decided to sell 75% of the company to a German customer due to financial difficulties. Over time, the partners collaboration becomes increasingly difficult due to diverging interests.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date19 Jan 2018
Place of PublicationCranfield
PublisherCase Centre
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jan 2018

Bibliographical note

Case - Reference no. 318-0007-1

Keywords

  • Family business
  • International partnership
  • Cross cultural management

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6 p. Cranfield : Case Centre. 2018, Case.

Research output: Other contributionEducation

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