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Presentation
Intrapreneurship in multi-generational family businesses
Family Business Australia (FBA): Family business research & education symposium
  • Robert P. Garrett, Oregon State University
  • Clay Dibrell, University of Mississippi Main Campus
  • Justin Craig, Bond University
Date of this Version
8-31-2011
Document Type
Conference Paper
Publication Details

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Garrett, R. P., Dibrell, C., & Craig, J. (2011). Intrapreneurship in multi-generational family businesses. Paper presented at the Family Business Australia (FBA): Family business research & education symposium, Perth, Australia.

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2011 HERDC submission. FoR code: 150304

© Copyright Robert P. Garrett, Clay Dibrell & Justin Craig, 2011

Abstract

Drawing from the agency and stewardship theory literature, this conceptual work explores the role of intrapreneurship (internal corporate venturing) in multi-generational family businesses. Specifically, governance and managerial considerations unique to family businesses are used to predict both the relatedness between a parent firm and its ventures, and how these internal new ventures are managed.

Citation Information
Robert P. Garrett, Clay Dibrell and Justin Craig. "Intrapreneurship in multi-generational family businesses" Family Business Australia (FBA): Family business research & education symposium (2011) p. 1 - 14
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/justin_craig/47/