Interactive instructor sessions

Tailor-made

Multidisciplinary faculty

Confidentiality

Intimacy

Independence

 

 

 

OPEN PROGRAMS

Group courses

State-of-the-art

Different formats

 

Exchange experiences

 

Contrast

International networking

 

 

ENTREPRENEURIAL FAMILIES: HOW TO CREATE VALUE ACROSS GENERATIONS

The complexity of today’s context has rendered obsolete the concept of the family business and the family’s objective to maintain control of the business for generations. The challenges faced by today’s entrepreneurial families lie in the development of a cross-generational vision that creates added value for years to come. This means that the family must act in three different, yet interrelated areas: the family, the business and the legacy. Throughout the course, managerial challenges will be discussed in each of these dimensions along with the solutions that each family should apply to successfully overcome these challenges. Understanding that every business family is different, the course provides the opportunity to personalize the solutions to the needs of every type of family business.

MORE INFORMATION

 

 

THE FAMILY VENTURING ELECTIVE

Elective course offered in the regular IE programs at both the undergraduate (BBA) and master’s (MBA) level.

The objective of the course is to help entrepreneurial families add value to their organization across generations by applying two fundamental pillars. On the one hand, the course focuses on developing an entrepreneurial mindset and the concept of “responsible ownership” among the new generations in family businesses. On the other hand, the course analyzes the tools families have at their disposal when it comes to strengthening value-added components in the long term and successfully overcoming challenges posed by family ownership.