El Batraa manufacturers for chemicals and paint
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Learning outcomes: • Develop an understanding of how to institutionalize a family business. • Define the dynamics of the family business decision-making process in emerging markets. • Assess the cultural differences between founders and successors in an emerging markets context. • Identify the role of intergenerational differences in deciding the future strategy of a family business in emerging markets. Case overview/synopsis: This case addresses El Batraa Manufacturers for Chemicals and Paints S.A.E., a privately owned family business operating in the coloring paste industry in Egypt. The main dilemma of the case is the existence of different visions about the business between the old and new generations. Also, it addresses the importance of understanding family dynamics to resolve existing challenges. The necessity of having governance in a family business is highlighted, together with a clear succession plan to secure family unity and business sustainability. Sandra the main protagonist within the case is trying to arrive to a resolution that can guarantee a motivating environment for her to join the family business. Her main dilemma is whether to choose to join the family business, with all the existing challenges or not. Accordingly, she proposes some steps to make the family business more appealing. Complexity academic level: Under Graduate and Master of Business Administration level. Supplementary materials: Teaching notes are available for educators only. Please contact your library to gain login details or email email@example.com to request teaching notes. Subject code: CSS 3: Entrepreneurship.
(2021). El Batraa manufacturers for chemicals and paint. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, 11(1), 1–20.
Sheta, Ashraf, et al.
"El Batraa manufacturers for chemicals and paint." Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, vol. 11,no. 1, 2021, pp. 1–20.