Influência da Cultura Familiar no Gerenciamento de Risco Empresarial em Empresas Brasileiras



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Elisane Brandt
Márcia Zanievicz da Silva
Franciele Beck

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Contexto: o envolvimento da família cria objetivos específicos que incluem os interesses e valores da família e é usado para buscar a visão da família, criando práticas eficazes de governança corporativa e gerenciamento de risco. Objetivo: nosso objetivo é avaliar a relação entre a influência familiar e o gerenciamento de riscos empresariais em empresas familiares brasileiras. Método: os dados de 142 empresas familiares foram analisados por meio de estatística descritiva e modelagem de equações estruturais. O construto de gerenciamento de riscos corporativos compreendeu: identificação, avaliação, resposta e comunicação. A influência da família foi capturada pelo poder, experiência e cultura. Resultados: os resultados ampliam o entendimento de que, entre as três dimensões familiares investigadas, a cultura é a que melhor explica as práticas de gerenciamento de riscos. Conclusões: concluímos que quanto maior o nível de cultura familiar, maior o nível de atenção ao gerenciamento de riscos empresarial.



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Brandt, E., Silva, M. Z. da, & Beck, F. (2021). Influência da Cultura Familiar no Gerenciamento de Risco Empresarial em Empresas Brasileiras. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, 25(6), e190082. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2021190082.en
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