GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems - Analysis and Application
This course for advanced practitioners will review key forces at work in family business systems, providing an overview of frameworks for capturing and analyzing critical information. Tools and techniques for achieving meaningful change with clients will be applied to selected case exercises. Developing skill for critical analysis will underpin all elements of the day.
Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Andrew Hier, FFI Fellow
Andrew is senior partner with Cambridge Advisors to Family Enterprise in
Boston, where he assists clients with ownership, business and family issues, including
development of the next generation and conflict management. Andrew is an FFI GEN faculty
member for GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems: Analysis
Lloyd Steier, FFI Fellow
Lloyd is vice chair of the FFI board of directors. He holds the Distinguished
Chair in Entrepreneurship and is director of the Family Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family
Enterprise at the University of Alberta Business School. A Barbara Hollander Award recipient, he is
an FFI GEN faculty member for GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems:
Analysis and application
This course is one of two courses required for the Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising. Participants in this course will receive credit toward their Advanced Certificate Program.