This case features succession planning in a social enterprise. Alejandro “Butch” Lukban founded Globalpro Multipurpose Co-operative, a worker co-operative, fifteen years ago. Now, on the eve of his 61st birthday, he has thoughts about retiring but must first select a successor. Students learn about the four types of cooperatives and the sorts of skills that its executive directors need.
Globalpro: Cooperatively Working to Fill Butch’s Big Boots
by: Bienvenido Nito
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After reading and discussing the material, students should:
- Describe the nature of Globalpro as a social enterprise.
- Distinguish Globalpro as a social enterprise from other types of business organizations.
- Describe the entrepreneurial life cycle of Globalpro as a social enterprise.
- Assess the alignment of Globalpro operational conduct with the principles and practices of a social enterprise.
- Measure the social impact of Globalpro as a social enterprise in job creation and sustainability of the organization.