Strategy and the Sibling Partnership: The Tan Group from Indonesia

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Marleen Dieleman

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    Dr. Marleen Dieleman is associate professor of strategy and family business at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School in Singapore.

    Her research focuses on the strategy and governance of Asian family business groups. She has published widely, including academic articles, books, chapters, and cases. Her work has often been quoted in international media such as The Financial Times and she is a frequent keynote speaker and workshop leader.

    Marleen teaches strategy and family business in Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration and executive education programs. Marleen won the Outstanding Educator Award and the NUS Annual Teaching Excellence Award three times in a row and has been placed on the NUS honor roll for sustained teaching excellence for 2017–2021.

    Marleen enjoys interacting with business owners and corporate boards, and has a particular interest in maritime and commodity-related sectors. She worked closely with Asian family firms as a consultant and board member.

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