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MANAGEMENT SUCCESSION IN THE BAMBOO NETWORK : CASE STUDIES IN CHINESE-FILIPINO FAMILY OWNED

@inproceedings{Nanere2013MANAGEMENTSI,
  title={MANAGEMENT SUCCESSION IN THE BAMBOO NETWORK : CASE STUDIES IN CHINESE-FILIPINO FAMILY OWNED},
  author={Marthin Nanere and Clare D'souza},
  year={2013}
}
Interviews with retirement-aged Chinese-Filipino entrepreneurs are used to examine factors that enable retirement and trigger family business succession, using the PushPull Model described by Dana (2005), which stresses the importance of operational push and pull factors to generate the requisite momentum for retirement. Analysis suggests that the entrepreneur’s ability to find an identity outside the business is the key to meaningful retirement, which in turn enables generational transition in… 

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