BADM Family Business Course Spring 2021
Interested in business courses for Spring 2021? This is a great course for a student seeking business majors/minors or looking to create their own opportunities in the world.
With the number of family owned businesses hiring, this is a great course to pair with any major and position yourself with a unique understanding to effectively work within these types of companies. These opportunities are open to students in all majors at UConn. More info about this here: https://family.business.uconn.edu/internships/.
BADM 4895 Section 002 (16303) – Storrs
- Topic: Family Business
- Modality: Distance Learning
- Open to students from all campuses
- Request Permission Numbers Here – if you cannot register in BADM 4895 (Non-Business Majors)
Course Details: This course is designed for individuals seeking to understand the unique management challenges associated with running and growing the family firm, and to develop the skills to be an effective contributor as an employee, owner, business partner, advisor or consultant to such organizations. Family firms comprise the majority of private and public companies worldwide. Despite their prevalence, little attention is given to their unique challenges, strengths and weaknesses. We will be touching on a variety of issues, from relationship management amongst family members, to conflict resolution, succession planning, sibling rivalry, dealing with entitlement, developing family values, hiring and promoting family and non-family employees, and wealth creation and distribution, to name a few. The focus of this course is on small and medium size family enterprises where these issues are more salient and might impede firm performance and growth.
If you have any questions about how this course can fit within your business minor, please visit our Drop-In hours.
For more information, contact: School of Business at http://undergrad.business.uconn.edu/