Managing a family corporation presents a unique set of issues and challenges, borne out of the interplay between family dynamics and business systems. Business goals may at times run counter to the objective of promoting healthy family relationships (and vice-versa). Because of this, only few family businesses survive from one generation to the next.
The Asian Institute of Management is pleased to announce the:
Managing Family Corporations Program
“A Healthy Family in a Healthy Business”
October 6-10, 2006
AIM Campus, Makati City, Philippines
A product of three decades of research the AIM Famcor Program provides family members and professional managers an understanding of the nature & dynamics of families in business, and tools for maintaining the continuity and health of the family corporation. Through lectures, case discussions on successful Asian family corporations, and workshops, participants will leave the program with insights and action plans for effectively managing the family corporation.
We also have the capability of running custom-designed programs as part of a company’s internal training program. If you are interested in this, please contact us so we can discuss this strategic partnership with you.
Thank you and my best regards,
PROF. MARIVI QUINTOS-GONZALES
MANAGING FAMILY CORPORATIONS
“A Healthy Family in a Healthy Business”
October 6 to 10, 2008 / AIM Campus, Makati City
Family members and professional managers of family-owned businesses. Participants should be at least 21 years old or college graduate.
· Conflict Management
· Family Theories
· Appreciative Inquiry and Family Assessment
· Managing Conflicts in the Family
· Professionalization and Corporate Culture
· Boards and Governance
· Managing Transitions
A variety of teaching methods will be used--- lectures, workshops and group discussions and presentations. However, foremost among the teaching methods utilized at AIM is the case method, a technique pioneered by the Harvard Business School and adapted to the Asian setting by AIM.
In private study, participants analyze the FAMCOR cases that introduce actual situations requiring management decisions. In small discussion groups (called ’can groups’) the participants will present and defend their analysis and decisions. The entire class and the professor will discuss the findings of each group.
The workshop sessions will include planning, FAMCOR- teambuilding, analyzing problems, plotting genograms and drafting family constitutions.
US$ 1,450 covers: tuition, course material, certificate of completion, and meals (snacks & lunch on classdays).
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This family business management course will help you to identify and analyze the key issues and challenges of family corporations. You will understand the distinctive qualities and interrelationships of family corporations as well as recognize potential areas for improvement within the family business. Through the viewpoints of business family dynamics and family business systems, you would able to develop and implement improvements to ensure growth.
For maximum benefit and impact, family corporations should be represented by at least two family members (from different generations) and at least one professional manager. However, individual enrollment is also acceptable.
Prof. Ma. Virginia B. Quintos-Gonzales has been the research champion of the Managing Family Corporations Program in AIM. She has been Program Director of the Famcor Program since it was launched in 1998. In addition to her interest in family corporations, Prof. Gonzales devotes time to do research on Managing People in Asian Organizations. Her research, teaching and consulting work focus on Managing the Self People, and Teams (MSPT), teambuilding, leadership, managing change, and organizational development. Prof. Gonzales holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of the Philippines (1983) and a Master in Business Administration from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business (1992). She earned her Professional Diploma in Pastoral Counseling and Family Ministry from the Center of Family Ministries (CEFAM), Loyola School of Theology, Ateneo de Manila University (2004). She is currently taking her Ph.D. in Organizational Development at the Southeast Asian Interdisciplinary Development Institute (SAIDI).
Prof. Ning S. Lagman