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【New】 Family Business program from 2022 spring
Kwansei Gakuin University Institute of Business and Accounting will establish a new course program called “Family Business Management Program” starting from 2022, April. Below are the information of this course.
-Objectives of Family Business Management Program-
The objective of the Family Business Management program is to train students who plan to succeed their family businesses. Through lectures and interactive case discussions, students learn how they should address typical challenges associated with management of family businesses for continuous growth and prosperity. The program is designed to provide interdisciplinary learning opportunities across management, marketing, as well as finance.
One may be surprised to learn that many leading firms in our global economy are managed as family businesses. Scholars have also uncovered that family businesses are more likely to be characterized with favorable performance than non-family businesses. We may conjecture that effective managerial approaches employed by family business managers unleash the full potential of their organizations. Accordingly, succeeding a family business poses unique challenges for managers. The challenges include managing unique value and culture for growth and prosperity, procuring external resources while maintaining control by the family, and professionalizing organizational system without disrupting family bonds, just to name a few. The aim of this program is to familiarize those who plan to succeed their family businesses with some of the typical issues and challenges they are likely to face, and to prepare them for effective management of their family heritage.
Some of the major issues to be discussed in this program include introduction to the complex topics of managing brands for family led businesses. Through a mixture of lectures (including guest lectures) and class discussions, students learn the strategic importance of brand creation and its translation into enduring organizations for family led businesses. Because of the limited talents within an organization, a leader plays an important role for making financial decisions as well, another major topic covered in this program. We also discuss issues of corporate sustainability, a growing theme of discussion for family businesses and SMEs (small and medium enterprises), including key elements of sustainable marketing strategies and sustainability accounting. Finally, students are also guided towards developing a practical mentoring perspective on leadership development, specifically for purposes of preparing for leadership succession in SMEs and especially in family owned businesses.
For more information such as admission, course information, registration model and curriculum, please refer to the link.
For more than 15 years, students from all over the world have come to join the International Management Course (IMC) at the Business School of Kwansei Gakuin University. Our MBA program is designed for both fresh undergraduates and those with working experiences. We aspire to create global business leaders, not only with advanced professional knowledge and skills but also with sound ethics. We offer 5 specialized study programs, including Management, Marketing, Finance, Family Business Management, and Global Public Management. At IMC, we encourage and support our students to define and generate the true values of an MBA. Together, we learn and examine our basic beliefs and fundamental attitudes toward the role of business in society. We believe that your growth can make a difference, and we challenge you to do so. Learn to Make a Difference at IMC!
At IMC, you define and generate the true values of MBA. IMC provides opportunities to examine your basic beliefs and fundamental attitudes toward people and the role of business in the society. We believe that your growth can make a difference, and we challenge you to do so.
About International Management Course (IMC)
IMC is a global standard MBA program of the Business School at the Institute of Business and Accounting, KGU. IMC was established in 2005 as the first English-language program MBA in the Kansai region.
Over the last decade, students from all over the world have come to IMC to acquire the knowledge and expertise that enable them to deal with the complex and rapidly-changing global business environment.
IMC not only provides knowledge and skills necessary to become a global business leaders, but also provides opportunities for students to examine their basic beliefs and fundamental attitudes toward people and the role of business in society.
At IMC, students define and generate the true value of the MBA, and we enhance your opportunity to do so through our rigorous courses and intensive teacher-student interactions.