It is important that a business plan also includes considerations on the generational change.
Off course, these considerations vary depending on whether they concern small businesses, which
are often owned and run by the same person, or whether they concern large companies with several
management resources. However, regardless of the size, trade or location of the business, there will
be certain common characteristics.
A generational change always involves two areas; that is, the organizational and business related
considerations, as well as the technical considerations.
The aim of the generational change
To provide the business with management that can further its positive development, benefitting
both employees and owners.
That the owner wants to be put in a situation where he is free to act and decide on his future
as regards the business.
To protect the capital and distribute this fairly between the successors.
A thorough analysis of the business based on the owner/management’s and employees’ own perception
of its strengths and weaknesses.
Start with a service check of the business
The business plan
The fundamental values of the business
Analysis of the business
Based on the business analysis we draw up a profile of the future management of the business.
At the same time, we clarify future areas where effort has to be made in order to ensure the best
possible preparation for the generational change.
Generational change – this is how you do it....
We are prepared with the type of sparring you need to move forward in your considerations on the generational change.
If you would like to know more about what we can do for your business, we are always prepared for an informal talk.