Online Course Description

Summer Courses / May-August, 2014

BSAD 330: Leading and Managing the Family Business

This course introduces students to family and closely held businesses, the strategic and operating challenges encountered, and the requirements for success. The course explores and analyzes unique issues and challenges relative to the family, the business, and ownership of these businesses. Designed to enhance student awareness of and appreciation for the unique challenges involved in leading and managing the family and closely-held business, topics include the nature, importance, and uniqueness of family businesses, strategy creation, succession and transfer of power, estate planning, financial, and family business governance.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: BSAD 116, or AGBS 240, or permission of the instructor
Instructor: Sullivan
CRN: 30650
Run Time: June 2 - July 25

Required Books:
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