ISO Family Company and Institutional Assembly Working Group
-Sanko holds Honorary President Abdulkadir Konokoglu: “If you say boss works like a professional, managers leave daddy, you’ll send fast”
– “It is not enough to know about the business alone, it is important to manage it well. A successful manager will be calm, think and see the future. “
–Omar Black Deniz, Chairman of the ISO Assembly Working Group: “Abdulkadir Konukolu, one of the leaders of Anatolian industrialization, is one of the largest industrial engines in our county.”
Abdulkadir Konukolu, honorary president of SANKO Holdings, said he was away from work every day at the age of 65, but went to work regularly every morning and said, “If you say the boss should work like a professional, and the managers leave his father. They should be managed, you will fail quickly. ”
Abdulkadir Konukolu shared his experience by attending a regular meeting of the Istanbul Chamber of Industry Family Companies and Institutional Assembly Working Group in May, chaired by President Om Karadenez.
Recalling that Abdulkadir Konukolu is one of the leaders of Anatolian industrialization, Karadeniz said, We are very happy to host them. I thank you on behalf of the Istanbul Chamber of Industry “and gave the word to Konukolu.
Noting that young children can be taken into the enterprise at specific times and monitored in business processes, Konukolu said, “A business family does not take their children into the business. They need to be given a work environment in the workplace. In addition, the children will be paid when they are young and they should not go beyond this budget. If you tell your child, ‘Buy what you need, use it’, that child will not succeed.
Emphasizing the need to set rules when giving young people a chance, Konukolu said, “We all love our kids very much, but we have to set boundaries well. Currently, the fourth and fifth generations are doing business together, but each visitor will work elsewhere for two years.” “My brother’s children and I joined SANKO after two years at different companies. Those who work and come out learn to be empathetic.”
The path to success is through work and struggle
Explaining the start-up process, Konukolu summarizes its success journey as follows:
“My father, Sunny Bay, was handing me over to the master at the factory when he said to my master, ‘This is your apprentice. If you give me a chance to be my son, I will not give you my rights. “You will be treated more harshly than you treat other employees,” he added. Then he turned to me, ‘From now on, there is no father in business life. Dad is at home, when he comes to work, the boss is there, ‘he warned.
I didn’t call my dad ‘daddy’ in the factory until I enlisted in the army. I mean boss. I was also barred from entering the administration building. I swept the floor and cleaned the counter during six months of work. I worked as an electrician, plumbing, lathe and machine for 15 years, then I was promoted to factory manager. These years are not easy. When you start a job, there is no such thing as a manager, you have to work hard and struggle.
I slowly took over the management. That’s how we grew up. We have worked at every level. Our masters never treated us like boss boys. We were ordinary workers in the factory. I arrived these days for the uncompromising and regularity of my masters. Fortunately, with hard work and struggle we have reached this point. ”
Never panic in life, if you panic you will not be able to move forward
“Never panic in life, if you panic you will not progress”, Konukolu advised the youth:
“Don’t dream of climbing three stairs at once, feel all the steps step by step and aim to climb up. It is not important to know the business, it is important to manage it well. A good manager will be calm, reflective, able to look ahead. Knowledge is important, but management is more important.
Never be discouraged, stay calm, make decisions calmly and be friends with your decisions. If you want to learn a job, you have to start from a beginner. You can’t be a master if you don’t have a job apprentice. If you do not put your hand under the stone, you will not find gold in the bag. Universities open up your horizons, it’s up to you to fill them. “
You will be institutionalized in the family first
Emphasizing that institutionalization should be a priority in the family and then the institutionalization of organizations, Konukolu continued:
“It is very important to set rules in the family for institutionalization. Must have family constitution. It can be updated every three to four years. First, you will be institutionalized within the family. If possible, do not hire two siblings in the same room, whether from family or outside. When you encounter this type of situation, you should be assigned to different units.
Salary of your wife and children. They receive regular fixed monthly salary. If your wife does not have a budget, when one of the siblings buys jewelry or some other gift, the other wants it too. He does not accumulate capital. But if everyone has a salary, it is not a problem to spend. Make sure you even create your own budget. Our family members should emphasize that the company has a legal personality.
Everyone should have a salary. If this does not happen, a quarrel starts between the siblings and their husbands. In a sense, salary applications also pave the way for savings. ”
Noting that institutionalization should be done step by step and employees should be well selected, Konukolu said they communicate their employees as fathers, sons and brothers.
Referring to the fact that an older brother or manager was in charge of the business until he died, Konukolu indicated that the family was in danger of breaking up and said, “The next brother should know when to take over the business and prepare himself. I am 65 years old and retired from daily work, but I still go to work every morning. As of today, at the age of 65 or 70, you must quit your job and hand over the flag to your successors.
The father’s agent must be fair in sharing the heritage against the Grand Bird
It says, “After the death of the father, it must be fair to share the inheritance of the elder brothers,” Konukolu concludes:
“The distribution of inheritance in the family business should be very fair. No one in the family should feel that they are being treated unfairly. If the sharing of inheritance is fair, the family reunites and continues to grow with love and respect. With sibling bonds, family businesses grow and prosper. In the division of inheritance, the elders keep their siblings together as much as they sacrifice. In this way, the family is connected and the company grows.
Shortly after the death of my father Sunny Konukolu in 1994, I shared the inheritance so that I would not insult anyone and everyone would get what they deserved. It is already clear who owns how many shares of the company. I set up a commission with the approval of the elders of my family to share the land. The members of the commission assessed the land by determining it subject to inheritance.
We count the plots and draw them in a bag, starting with my younger brother. I didn’t draw, I said ‘everyone will draw, the rest is mine’. For example, if the person who has drawn the lottery draws 105 lira of land, but his right is 100 lira, he returns 5 lira in the bag. When the distribution of inheritance is fair, no one has anything to say. As such, there was no resentment over the sharing of inheritance. “
Source: (BHA) – Bayaz News Agency