One of the new flagship projects of our Association is to mobilize young Henokiens to take part in a project to organize the writing of case studies on their own family firms by professionals. Cases that can be offered to the academia by helping teachers to provide answers to questions that students and young managers have about family businesses.
This project called "Compendium" is the compilation of knowledge and experience accumulated during centuries by the Henokiens enterprises, and that they now wish to share with next generations, in order to help them taking up specific challenges associated with family businesses.
This Compendium is composed of "academic cases", written by professors from eminent universities and business schools (INSEAD, Bocconi, IMD, Harvard, Grenoble Ecole de Management, ICN Business school, Pepperdine University, Palermo University, Witten University …) and based on interviews with members of the Henokiens. They may focus on themes such as: how to manage transition and succession? How can we adapt to changing markets without losing our identity? What is the critical size for our family business?
These academic cases can be offered to universities and business schools interested in family enterprise and could be of particular interest to students enrolled in various programs (MBA, research, Family Business Enterprise…) and young leaders in family firms.
You can have access to the interviews given by Henokiens members who participated in the INSEAD-Family Enterprise Day, to the reports of September 2015 and 2016 INSEAD-Family Enterprise Day and to the Henokiens case studies presented at INSEAD to a group of Henokiens members, INSEAD MBA students and alumni and members of family owning businesses
|Toraya||Written by Tetsuya Ohara (University of St Andrews School of Management)|
|Van Eeghen Group||Written by Vincent Mangematin (Grenoble Ecole de Management)|
|Viellard Migeon & Cie||Written by Nicolas Battard (ICN Business school)|
|Hoshi||Written by Tetsuya Ohara (University of St Andrews School of Management)|
|Friedrich Schwarze||Written by Andrea Calabrò, (Witten-Herdecke University)|
|Mellerio dits Meller||Written by Valérie Tandeau de Marsac (Professor and family business advisor)|
|Garbellotto||Written by Professor Salvatore Tomaselli (Palermo University)|
|Gekkeikan||Written by Tetsuya Ohara (University of St Andrews School of Management)|
|Catherineau||Written by Gérard Hirigoyen (University Montesquieu Bordeaux 4)|
|Yamasa||Written by Tetsuya Ohara (University of St Andrews School of Management)|
|Revol||Written by Vincent Mangematin (Grenoble Ecole de Management)|
|The Henokiens case (introduction and Conclusion)||Written by INSEAD|
|Banque Hottinguer||Written by Rania Labaki (EDHEC Business School)|
|Amarelli||Written by Salvatore Tomaselli (Palermo Univesity)|
|Pollet||Written by Vincent Molly & Eddy Laveren (Antwerp Management School-Antwerp University)|
|H. Beligné & Fils||Written by Patrice Charlier (EM Strasbourg-Université of Strasbourg)|
|J.D. Neuhaus||Written by Anne K. Heider, Tom A. Rüsen & Marcel Hülsbeck (Witten-Herdecke University)|
|Pictet||Written by Torsten Groth & Fritz B. Simon (Witten Institute for Family Business)|
|D'Ieteren||Written by Ellen Debackere (Odisee University)|
|Berreta||Written by Marta Widz & John Ward (IMD)|
|Yamamotoyama||Written by Tetsuya Ohara (University of St Andrews School of Management)|
The Henokiens Compendium brings together a set of case studies on the companies members of the Henokiens Association. Its objective is to provide to all those who are interested in historical firms, and more generally family businesses, the keys to their longevity and success while revealing some of their secrets, often related to a family culture acquired over time and transmitted to each new generation.
The Compendium is composed of studies carried out by professors, researchers, and experts who have devoted their time and efforts writting this collection of cases that present both a wide range of stories and business issues but also management models that can serve as an example and inspiration to those wishing to join family businesses or to start their own business or to pass on their family business to the next generation.
All of the Case Studies contained in the Henokiens "Compendium" have been synthesized by INSEAD in a document entitled: "16,000 Years of Family Business: The Leadership Model of the Hénokiens" that you can discover below:
Introduction to the Hénokiens Compendium (written by Morten Bennedsen and Brian Henry)