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Entrepreneurial Family Firms in Nigeria entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The book provides a highly structured and comprehensive approach on how culture impacts the succession planning in an entrepreneurial family firm in Nigeria with particular reference to a polygamous family. The author adopted comparative multiple case study approach by selecting five polygamous family firms for in-depth exploration of findings. The author established that a culture of polygamy, political and economic activities pose challenges in family business succession planning. More so, the result of the theoretical framework applied in this study concurred with the literature that cultural, political and economic conditions interlinked with a family business. Consequently, they have an impacts on entrepreneurial family firms succession planning and its management. This book, therefore, identifies challenges in family firms and suggests best succession planning to transfer the family business to the next generation successfully.
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Entrepreneurial Orientation in Malay Family Firms in Malaysia entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The research conducted in this book examines the entrepreneurial orientation (EO) of the Indigenous or Bumiputera entrepreneurs (Malay firms) in Malaysia by taking personality traits, cultural background and government aided programs as the antecedents. These constructs are used to explain the influence of entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and its’ consequences towards firm performance. Based on the Multiples Linear Regression (MLR) analysis, it can be concluded that in Malay firms, the relationship between personality traits, cultural background and government aided programs with firm performance were not mediated by entrepreneurial orientation (EO). However, the entrepreneurial orientation (EO) construct is significant as predictor towards firm performance. The research provides a better understanding of the indigenous entrepreneurs for policy makers, NGOs, business support organizations and the indigenous entrepreneurs themselves, particularly in relation to personality traits, cultural background and government aided programs
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Financial Structure and Corporate Profitability in Nigeria entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
It is therefore important to understand how firms financing choice affect their performance. The kernel of this study is to examine the impact of firms’ financing choice on their profitability in Nigeria capturing both the effects of internal and external factors that drive firms’ profitability. The result of the study has many intrinsic values and deemed to benefit the external investors and shareholders who will be able to know how the finance structures affect their performance. Lenders may find the results useful in evaluating the firms’ performance before giving loans and finally, academicians who will see new empirical evidence particularly in the finance literature emanating from an emerging economy like Nigeria.
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Chinese Entrepreneurial Familism:Second-Generation Entrepreneurs entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
This book is an early attempt to investigate entrepreneurial practices of second-generation family entrepreneurs in Hong Kong and Mainland China. A group of management scholars have marshalled theoretical and empirical evidence to support their proposition that entrepreneurial practices of family entrepreneurs in Diaspora and Mainland Chinese societies are due mainly to the influence of Confucianism. Based on the Weberian premise that culture can enhance levels of entrepreneurial activity and reinforce entrepreneurial practices, the culturist perspective maintains that entrepreneurial practices of family entrepreneurs can be interpreted as a fixed essentialised cultural phenomenon. This book provides evidence against the culturist perspective that Chinese family entrepreneurs are passive recipients of traditional cultural values as fundamental changes in entrepreneurial practices have been found. Therefore, the extant culturist perspective should be refined and reinterpreted judiciously. The research findings shed some light on the understanding of Chinese entrepreneurial practices, and are useful to scholars and professionals in the field of family business.
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Entrepreneurial Development; Panacea To Unemployment In Nigeria entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The book addressed the problem of unemployment in Nigeria taking cognisance of the Nigerian peculiarities and practically and empirically proved that investing in entrepreneurial Development will addressthe canker worm of unemployment in Nigeria and bring about full employment of both human and material resources culminating in accelerated economic growth cum development.The study is motivated by the fact that unemployment problem like corrupt practices in Nigeria is a hydra headed problem and thus require the collective effort of both the private and public sector and the enabling environment, finance and workable policy framework.
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Technological Capability of SMEs Metal Fabricating Firms in Nigeria entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The study assessed technological capability and innovations among small and medium scale metal fabricating firms in southwestern Nigeria, and examined the factors that influenced the accumulation of these technological capabilities. It also assessed the effect of these capabilities on the performance of the fabricating firms. This was with a view to providing data for developing appropriate policy that will promote technology development in the sector. The study was carried out using a sample of 200 metal fabricating firms that are registered with the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. The results of the study however showed a variation in the Technological Capability Index (TCI) scores of firms in relation to the size of the firms. The study concluded that only the medium scale metal fabricating firms possessed high technological capability in the areas of investment and production activities, and product innovation. Furthermore, some factors such as founders’ work experience and in-house training for technical staff also influenced the technological capabilities of these metal fabricating firms.
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Nurturing Entrepreneurial Culture in Nigeria: Analysis on Akwa Ibom entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The importance of Entrepreneurial Culture to economic development of Nations through innovation, competitiveness and job creation has led to the interest of global leaders in nurturing it. However, while the concept is widely used, there exist a knowledge gap in its conceptualization and how it is actualized by policies propounded to nurture it. It is in this regard that this study sets out to conceptualize Entrepreneurial Culture and to investigate the impact of the policy propounded to nurture it in Akwa Ibom, Nigeria - an under research context. Using a mixed method approach which consisted of both quantitative and qualitative phases of data collection instrument, Entrepreneurial Culture was conceptualized as consisting of five constituent. Findings revealed that the propoundend policy did to some extent contribute to the nurturing of the constituents in individuals who participated in the policy in Akwa Ibom, Nigeria during the period understudy. Findings sheds more light on the outcome of government policies on enrepreneurship making the text useful for public policy makers,researchers and all those interested in nurturing entrepreneurial activities at the individual level.
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Firm Performance and Board Political Connection:Evidence From Nigeria entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
This book explores whether board political connection is important to firms performance in Nigeria which has a growing financial market. The study also provides a descriptive analysis of firms whose board members are politically connected in the context of Nigeria, with a special focus on their corporate governance features. Secondary source of data which consist of a total of thirty listed firms in the Nigerian Stock Exchange was used. The research data were analysed based on regression analysis using ordinary least square method and correlation analysis. The empirical findings revealed that there is no significant positive relationship between board composition, board political connection and firm performance. There is a negative relationship between board size and firm performance. Therefore, managers should lay appropriate policy in order to maximize firm performance as well as organizing the firm’s resources.
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Open Innovation in Family Firms entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The purpose of this work is to investigate how two different and simultaneously active generations influence the Open Innovation activities in family businesses. First, a literature review on the topics of family firms, generations in family firms and Open Innovation is conducted. Furthermore, the combination of these topics, as far as possible is investigated. Afterwards the methodology used for the case study is described, with a detailed characterization of the sample. Subsequently, a qualitative study is conducted, via semi- structured interviews with family members and non-family members, who are responsible for the Open Innovation activities in the studied companies. Due to these interviews new insights about the influence of multiple generations in family firms on Open Innovation should be gained. Moreover practical insights can be compared to the theoretical assumptions of the literature review. The study reveals that Open Innovation is definitely fostered by two simultaneously active generations in family firms. Typical boundaries for undertaking Open Innovation activities are the financial restrictions and the often unknown possibilities of Open Innovation.
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Chinese Entrepreneurship entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
This objective of this research study is to investigate and examine the various factors that provide some bearings on the longevity of small, Chinese family-owned firms from a Malaysia perspective. There is indeed a scarcity of empirical journals and literatures related to this aspect of study that influence on the longevity of the Chinese-owned firms in a developing economy like in Malaysia. Subsequently, there is an urgent need from other researchers to increase their research in this field of study in order to generalize the explanation of factors that impact the longevity of family businesses, particularly the Chinese Entrepreneurs. This study drew on usable data from about 43 small , Chinese family-owned firms in Malaysia, and the data analyzed the factors that influence the longevity of these firms.
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The Performance of Newly Privatized and Family Firms entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The concern of this book is fourfold: firstly, to analyse the impact of privatization on firms performance. Secondly, to understand the determinants of the post-privatization performance behaviour,that is, why and how privatization works. In third place, to investigate the change in performance behaviour of firms that make the transition from private closely held (family)ownership to public ownership, through initial public offerings (IPOs)or direct sales (DSs). Lastly, to understand the causes that may explain a certain performance behaviour of those family companies after going public.
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Corporate Governance: Evidence from Nigeria Stock Exchange entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
This study examined the impact of corporate governance on the performance of non financial firms in Nigeria stock Exchange. This was with a view to determining the relationship between the corporate governance variables and firm performance. Data on Corporate governance variables and firm performance were collected and analysis using panel data analysis to determine the influence of corporate governance on the performance of firms in Nigeria Stock Exchange worst affected by the last financial crisis. And particularly it highlighted the contrasting behavior of non-financial firms of Nigerian Stock Exchange with or without a Cronyman.
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Entrepreneurial Marketing entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
It is increasingly apparent that most firms succeed because they are willing to break the rules and act entrepreneurially. The purpose of this text is to examine how this simple trading principle can be applied by any individual in any private or public sector organisation by focusing on the concept of entrepreneurial marketing, across all aspects of the marketing process. Entrepreneurial Marketing begins by defining the' rules' of marketing as a basis for the entrepreneur to understand what 'rules' need breaking. Subsequent chapters cover the marketing mix, innovation management, and compare large versus small firms. All issues are illustrated with extensive real-world examples throughout. Entrepreneurial Marketing is ideal reading for students and professionals who want an exciting, relevant and innovative approach to, and perspective of, management and marketing.
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Corporate Governance in Nigeria entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
This book is written as addition effort to providing solution to increasing rates of corporate firms closure and shut down in Nigeria,especially in the last one decade.It is also designed to enable Nigerians,and,indeed African corporate firms resource managers identify and conform with global best practices in contemporary governance mechanisms.The book emphasizes the need for regulatory bodies and authorities to encourage, or even compel, firms managers to maintain a reasonable Board of directors size, as overly large Board may hinder effective performance of corporate firms.Again,the belief that external Board members may provide significant moderating influence on internal Board members was found not to be true and accurate, based on the performance indicators of firms studied in Nigeria.This book undoubtedly represents a credible source of information on the subject matter to Corporate firms managers, researchers,policy makers,including government diktats in Nigeria,Africa,and other parts of the world.
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Firms Performance and Stock Prices entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
The recent global crisis which suddenly results to Nigerian stock market crash revealed some peculiarities of Nigerian firms. Some firms in Nigeria are performing but their stock prices are not increasing while some firms are at the brink of collapse but their stock prices are increasing. Thus, this study examines the relationship between firm performance and stock prices in Nigeria. The study covered the period of 2005 to 2009. This period is the period of stock boom and also marked the period of stock market crash as a result of global financial meltdown. The study is a panel study. A total of 140 firms were sampled from 216 firms listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). Data were collected from secondary source. These data were divided into four strata comprising the most performing stock, the least performing stock, most performing firms and the least performing firms. Each stratum contains 35 firms with characteristic of most performing stock, most performing firms, least performing stock and least performing firms. The study found that, relationship exists between selected firm performance parameters and stock price.
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Decision Making, Heuristics, Biases and Entrepreneurial Characteristics entrepreneurial family firms in nigeria
In recent years it has emerged that SME's are the backbone of the European economy and a major source of entrepreneurial innovation and skills. Very little academic literature exists on how these enterprises cope with decision making and how family owned enterprises differ in their decision making processes. This book investigates decision logic and outcomes, drawing conclusions as to whether these determine organisational performance and goals. The case study entrepreneurial team is explored by applying theories in relation to their cognitive processes and decision making. Heuristics, biases and entrepreneurial characteristics are prevalent and although difficult to eliminate completely, they can be used to the organisations advantage in conjunction with decision making modes. Finally, exit strategies and recommendations are offered to the entrepreneurial team to ensure the companies long term prosperity and survival.
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