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EDITORIAL BOARD

Journal of Engineering & Technological Advances
Chief Editor:
Dr. Chia Chee Ming
Deputy Chief Editor:
Dr. Leelavathi Rajamanickam
Editors:
Prof. Omar Munir
Dr. Yap Pow Seng
Pn. Salmaliza Salleh
Mr. Chen Woon Choong
Ms. Kate Lam Woon Yee
 
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Sciences Research
Chief Editor:
Dr Neeraj Malhotra
Deputy Chief Editor:
Prof. Dr. Jamaludin Zainol
Editors:
Datuk Dr Khairiyah Abd Muttalib
Prof. Dr Nyan HL
Assoc. Prof. Tey Kim Kuan
Assoc. Prof. Ong Bee Leng
 
Asia Pacific Journal of Business, Humanities & Education
Chief Editor:
Dr. Mahiswaran Selvanathan
Deputy Chief Editor:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stanley Yap
Editors:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Firdaus Low Abdullah
Dr. Mahadevan Supramaniam
Dr. Chong Wei Ying
Dr. Ramachandran Ponnan
 
 
MANAGEMENT SUCCESSION IN CHINESE FAMILY OWNED BUSINESSES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Author : Chris Perryer, Jonathan Te
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Abstract
This study uses interviews with retirement-aged Chinese-Filipino entrepreneurs to examine factors that enable retirement and trigger family business succession, using the Push-Pull 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 the management of the company. The study also indicates that western models can be applicable to the Philippine business scenario. It is recommended that incumbents develop the ability to separate work and personal life, as well as treating family business succession as a process rather than an event.
 
Authors(s) Affiliations
University of Western Australia