Family Business Executive Education – Making DCU & Irish History
Family Business Executive Education – A First for Ireland
As family firms evolve across generations, the needs of the family, the owners and the business will change. To address these evolving needs and to meet the family’s desire to become a multigenerational business, DCU National Centre for Family Business has developed Ireland’s first Executive Education programme for family businesses.
This programme provides family business leaders with the knowledge and skills to design appropriate governance structures for their business. The programme’s faculty are leading international family business experts and thought leaders, who will share best-practice insights on the development of governance structures within the three key domains of family business:
The development of the Family Business Continuity Programme is a direct result of our team’s engagement with family businesses across the island of Ireland. Through our regional roadshows, national conferences and local community engagement, we have witnessed the growing need for formal education to overcome challenges and ensure multigenerational continuity.
Further details of the 2021 Executive Education programme can be found on the official programme webpage here.
To register your interest in the programme, please contact our team by email at email@example.com the subject line ‘Executive Education 2021’.
The programme brochure can be downloaded at the file button below:
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