family business course

Family Business Course

Family Business Dynamics #335

Family Business Dynamics (MGMT 335) is devoted to the study of the unique issues faced by family owned and operated businesses. The textbooks, lectures and outside real-world projects explore the business, personal and inter-personal issues associated with family owned businesses. We focus on how family dynamics, including leadership, sibling position and other factors influence the company and the family. Strategies for successful business planning, succession planning, ownership, estate planning, compensation, family meetings, mission statements, conflict resolution, use of outside consultants and Boards are all included. We also study current national and international family business cases so that students have a working knowledge of real life situations. Students also have the opportunity to interview family owners of local businesses and discuss family dynamics.

For more information Contact:

Robbin Bretzing
Administrative Coordinator
Center for Family Business
657-278-3106 FAX

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