Family enterprise guru to speak in Australia
World of Business Ideas (WOBI) is promoting its November 2019 event for family owned businesses. The activity is designed to inspire founders, shareholders, successors and executives, and help them find solutions for growth, sustainability and visualising the future. The event, to be run in both Sydney and Melbourne, will focus on concepts, trends, case-studies and promote a stimulating exchange of experiences among the participants with the same challenges.
Some of the key points that will be discussed during the event:
- Achieving Multigenerational Success
- Life Cycle of the Family Business System
- Governance of the Family Business System
- The Owners’ Mindset in a VUCA World
Flying in from the United States to exclusively lead the conference, John Davis is a pioneer and authority in family enterprise, family wealth and family office. Since the 1970s he has been a leading researcher, author, consultant and speaker in the field of family businesses and is the creator of the most impressive conceptual frameworks in the area.
Professor Davis currently leads the family enterprise programs at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is the founder and chairman of Cambridge Family Enterprise Group, a global advisory, education, and research organisation for family enterprises.
The event details are as follows:
When: Tuesday, November 19th
Where: Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Time: 9am – 5.30pm
When: Thursday, November 21st
Where: The Langham Melbourne
Time: 9am – 5.30pm
For tickets and more information, click here.
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