Family Business Management
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- 17 Jul 2023
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1.1 Explain the importance of family businesses to world-wide economies with a particular focus on the Australasian economy.
1.2 Evaluate the stages of evolution of a family business, the role entrepreneurship plays, and the players involved
1.3 Analyse the operations and management system of a family business and apply the principles of a good governance system
1.4 Evaluate the various options available when planning for succession and/or exit of the family from the business
ASSURANCE OF LEARNING
2.1 This course evaluates student performance for Assurance of Learning purposes for the Program Learning Objectives (PLO): Critically analyse local and global business issues to apply inclusive, socially responsible and sustainable practices.
- 1. Pathways to getting started
- 2. Family and non-family businesses compared
- 3. Conflict management and resolution
- 4. Family business structure and systems
- 5. Stages of evolution and family involvement
- 6. Governance issues for family businesses
- 7. Transition Management (Part 1)
- 8. Transition Management (Part 2)
- 9. Strategic planning for the family business
- 10. Nepotism & being a non-family employee
- 11. Professionalising the family business
- 12. Selling the family business
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No additional requirements
This course develops skills and competencies around digital innovation. New technologies have contributed to enormous changes in the dynamics of business and society. Students will be exposed to the tools to deal with rapid change and fast growth of managing digital innovations.Â
Essay - 20% Essay (interview + analysis) - 40% Report - 40%
- on ‘To be or not to be a family business’ (20%%)
- Interview and analyses (40%%)
- Family business analysis (40%%)
Current study term: 16 Jul 23 to 13 Oct 23
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