References of "Adiguna, Rocky 50000005"
     in
Bookmark and Share    
Full Text
Peer Reviewed
See detailRe-thinking culture in family business: A twelve-year review
Adiguna, Rocky UL; Fletcher, Denise Elaine UL; Melin, Leif

Scientific Conference (2016, June 29)

This paper reviews the literature that relate to culture and values in family business during the past twelve years. Six themes are revealed: definitions of culture; values and orientations ... [more ▼]

This paper reviews the literature that relate to culture and values in family business during the past twelve years. Six themes are revealed: definitions of culture; values and orientations; organizational culture in family business; family culture as determinants for organizational culture; national culture as determinants for organizational culture; and, products of culture in family business. Drawing from a sociological perspective, we argue and elaborate that the current scholarship are based on problematic assumptions where culture is defined based on its ‘coherence’ and ‘sharedness’, and that values are assumed as the core of culture. To direct future research, we draw our attention to the position of ‘practice’ in the production of culture, the explanation for cultural change and stability, and the potential ways of knowing through ethnography and narrative. We conclude by arguing that critical stances towards culture are needed to advance our scholarship and that cultural perspectives hold the power to contribute not only for the family business field but also for the wider social sciences. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 68 (2 UL)
Full Text
See detailNegotiating continuity: a case study of transitions and cultural elaboration in family business
Adiguna, Rocky UL

Scientific Conference (2016, May 13)

This paper explores the cultural dynamics in family business. By adopting a cultural morphogenetic approach, the paper challenges the common assumptions of culture in family business studies where culture ... [more ▼]

This paper explores the cultural dynamics in family business. By adopting a cultural morphogenetic approach, the paper challenges the common assumptions of culture in family business studies where culture is predominantly defined as coherent values, as shared values, and that values are the core of culture. Drawing from an in-depth single case study of a fourth-generation Luxembourgish family business, this paper shows the value of dualistically analyzing culture in terms of its logical relationship and causal consensus. The case illustrates how contradictory values are contested and reconciled while complementary values are stabilized and reinforced. The paper contributes to highlight the role of history, practice, and power in family business culture. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 35 (3 UL)
Full Text
See detailOrganisational Culture and the Family Business
Adiguna, Rocky UL

in Nordqvist, Mattias; Melin, Leif; Waldkirch, Matthias (Eds.) et al Theoretical Perspectives On Family Businesses (2015)

The paper reviews the literature on organisational culture in family business by tracing its origin in organization studies and its importation to family business field. Despite the vast literature in the ... [more ▼]

The paper reviews the literature on organisational culture in family business by tracing its origin in organization studies and its importation to family business field. Despite the vast literature in the last three decades, cultural inquiries in family business have not come a long way. To date, research on family business culture are heavily dominated by functionalist/integrationist perspective that assumes culture as coherent and shared values. The paper suggests future research to examine the multidimensionality of family business, utilize ethnographic methods to go ‘under-the-surface’ and achieve deeper immersion in the field, and take critical stances of culture to understand family business. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 103 (13 UL)
Full Text
Peer Reviewed
See detailAfter the Ground Stopped Shaking: Socioemotional Wealth and Social Capital in Post-Disaster Recovery of Small Family Businesses
Adiguna, Rocky UL; Sharif, Abshir

Scientific Conference (2014, November)

This study is the first to measure the interaction between socioemotional wealth (SEW) and social capital—in the forms of community support and institution support—to their impact on the post-disaster ... [more ▼]

This study is the first to measure the interaction between socioemotional wealth (SEW) and social capital—in the forms of community support and institution support—to their impact on the post-disaster recovery of small family businesses. Hierarchical multiple regression is used based on a sample of 79 small family businesses in Indonesia. Our findings suggest that family firms in post-disaster situation are able to pursue both SEW goals and economic gains, thus breaking off the trade-off between SEW vs. economic benefits. More specifically, we found that SEW shows its prominence on the interaction between SEW-community and SEW-institution. This implies that small family businesses in post-disaster context need to find synergy between socioemotional endowments and social capital to help them bounce back and recover. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 58 (11 UL)
Full Text
See detailAfter the Ground Stopped Shaking: Socioemotional Wealth and Social Capital in Post-Disaster Recovery of Small Family Businesses
Adiguna, Rocky UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (2013)

This study is the first to measure the interaction of socioemotional wealth (SEW) and social capital, consisting of community and institution, and their impact in post-disaster recovery of small family ... [more ▼]

This study is the first to measure the interaction of socioemotional wealth (SEW) and social capital, consisting of community and institution, and their impact in post-disaster recovery of small family businesses. Hierarchical multiple regression is used based on a sample of 79 small family businesses in Indonesia. Our findings suggest that family firms in post-disaster situation are able to pursue both SEW goals and economic gains, thus breaking the trade-off between SEW vs. economic benefits. More specifically, we found that SEW—as a strategic decision making tool—shows its prominence on the interaction between SEW-community and SEW-institution. This implies that small family businesses need to find synergy between socioemotional endowments and social capital to help them to bounce back and recover after a disaster. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 59 (0 UL)
Full Text
See detailExploring Transnational Entrepreneurship: On the Interface between International Entrepreneurship and Ethnic Entrepreneurship
Adiguna, Rocky UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (2012)

Transnational entrepreneurship (TE) has been in the spotlight as an emerging field during the last decade. Previously being viewed from international entrepreneurship (IE) and ethnic entrepreneurship (EE ... [more ▼]

Transnational entrepreneurship (TE) has been in the spotlight as an emerging field during the last decade. Previously being viewed from international entrepreneurship (IE) and ethnic entrepreneurship (EE) perspectives, TE has recently demarcating its own territory. However, the exact boundary in which TE differs from IE and EE is yet to be studied. This research is aiming to explore the interface of TE, IE, and EE through the entrepreneurs’ sets of resources—economic, social, cultural, and symbolic capital. By studying the case of ten immigrant entrepreneurs in Jönköping context, we found four key features that distinguish TE with the rest: access to the sets of resources, economic and social development, ownership structure, and business operations. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 60 (2 UL)