Dr Donella Caspersz
Started at UWA: 2001
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education Teaching and Service Award for Research Supervision, 2018
Published in the Family Business Review, ‘Developing Positivity in Family Business Leaders’ and nominated for Best Practice Paper, 2015
Freedman Fellow (Classical), 2012
Agility, values vital for family business
By its very nature, family business has a hybrid identity. And while sometimes this doesn’t work out well, most of the time it does, with 70 per cent of businesses in Australia identifying as part of the grouping.Read more
Learning to lead a family business
Families remain at the heart of business worldwide, representing over 70 per cent of business in most economies including Australia. Many call their business by their family name: Faber-Castell, Estee Lauder, and our own Australian Coopers and LinFox, closely linking their social identity as a family to the business.Read more
Dr Caspersz has been a research supervisor for more than 10 years, supporting topics such as employment relations, family business and labour migration. She currently has no vacancies for supervision; however, she welcomes prospective researchers with a variety of interests after 2020.
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