One of the most critical times in a family enterprise evolution is moving from the processes, people and structures that proved successful for a controlling owner to those that support a sibling partnership. Providing your stakeholders with education from the leading academic experts on governance can increase your confidence that you will have the latest insights, and can move forward with the right systems that fit your stage and needs.
This program, offered on Kellogg's Miami campus, is focused on what skills leaders need to design appropriate governance architecture, lead effective decision making across all stakeholders and set a vision that will guide multi-generational continuity. Leading faculty from the Center for Family Enterprises and across Kellogg, in addition to insights from successful families who have made this transition, will provide you with engaging and thought provoking approaches and frameworks.
"Forming Family Enterprise Governance provides an opportunity for enterprising families at a critical stage in their evolution. As many family businesses fail to transmit beyond the sibling stage, we provide a resource to understand the unique challenges for founder/child and sibling owned businesses and strategies to overcome those challenges."
Jennifer Pendergast, Academic Director, John L. Ward Clinical Professor of Family Enterprise and Executive Director of the Kellogg Center for Family Enterprises
VIDEO: Ensure success and continuity in your family business
Jennifer Pendergast - Academic Director; John L. Ward Clinical Professor of Family Enterprise and Executive Director of the Center for Family Enterprises
Ivan Lansberg - Adjunct Professor, Center for Family Enterprises Executive Education Programs
Jose Maria Liberti - Clinical Professor of Finance
Loran Nordgren - Associate Professor of Management & Organizations
February 19-21, 2020
Start: February 19 at 8:30 AM
End: February 21 at 12:00 PM
This Approval Program is limited to individuals with specific business experience. All applications will be subject to review and approval from the program’s Academic Director.
Program Fee does not include accommodations.