Family-owned companies face unique challenges in India's competitive business environment. In this new program, you will learn how to maximize the strengths of your family enterprise and implement business practices that drive high performance, shareholder loyalty, and healthy family relationships.
Through case studies on local and global organizations as well as dynamic family interaction, this leadership development program explores topics critical to family-owned companies in India, such as succession, ownership control, and shareholder relationships. You will learn how to formulate strategies for reaching common goals, addressing conflicts, and planning for your family's future.
As part of Harvard's mission to build a truly global university, HBS has been cultivating stronger and deeper connections with India's business community for more than a decade. Our engagement in this region first began with case studies that focused on companies operating in India. Over time, our commitment has expanded to include development initiatives for faculty in India, specialized education programs, analysis of local business challenges through the India Research Center, and a new state-of-the-art classroom at the Taj Lands End in Mumbai. Now, more than ever, HBS is dedicated to fostering a worldwide exchange of knowledge that will drive economic growth for years to come—in India and around the world.
Led by experts in family business, this Executive Education program offers proven tools that your family can use to address issues specific to your own situation in India. You will create a customized plan for positioning your family and company for ongoing success.
This program is designed for family businesses operating in India, in varied family, business, and ownership stages and from diverse industries. HBS encourages teams of four or more family members representing both genders and two generations. Non-family executives and board members may also attend with a family that is participating in the program.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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