Business Family Fundamentals

Red de Centros de Familias Emprendedoras

Objective:
To give participants insight into the fundamental interdependence of the family, ownership and business issues that every family member, whether they are involved with the business, investments or a family office, will face. This program also seeks to provide successful tools for addressing the family dynamics generated around family businesses.

Format:
Online self-directed learning featuring animated concepts, reflection sections, case studies, videos, audio dialogues, risk-factor analysis, activities, suggested readings, and discussion forums. Requires an Internet connection. This course can be accessed through devices such as: iPhone, iPad, etc.

This course targets two types of audiences:
1. For collegiate and university-level students. To better understand the dynamics related to business families, including the diverse motivations and perspectives from the standpoints of the different family members.

Duration:
Approximately 5 hours, self-paced.

If you are a Tecnológico de Monterrey professor or student and would like to access this course, please contact us here: ana.hernandez@itesm.mx.

2. For family business consultants, including senior executives, lawyers, accountants, business consultants, managers, advisors or board members, among others.

Duration:
Approximately 15 hours, self-paced.

To sign up for either of these courses, please click on the following link: http://businessfamilies.org/es/registro.

*Information from BFF website.