Transforming Family Businesses


This program is designed to help leaders of Chinese family enterprises develop sound growth strategies, strengthen their organizations, and build a firm foundation for long-term success. The program is taught in both Mandarin and English with simultaneous translation.

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Transforming Family Businesses
Certificate Track: Management and Leadership
Location: Peking, Oxford, MIT
Tuition: $47,500 USD (Covers tuition, books, case materials, accommodations, and most meals)
Program Days (for ACE Credit) 5

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Transforming Family Businesses: Choosing your Path is a program designed to prepare future owners and leaders of Chinese family companies and help them build a firm foundation for long-term business success. Jointly offered by the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University; Saïd Business School, University of Oxford; and Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this program delivers the strategic insights and tools to help you master the diverse organizational challenges confronting your family business in Greater China and beyond. You will return to your company ready to seize new local and global opportunities, ensure smooth leadership transitions, and sustain growth for generations to come.

See the Mandarin version of the program page here and the Mandarin version of the brochure here.

Please note: The title of this program has changed. The program was previously named "Leading and Transforming Family Businesses - China"

Registration for this program is done through the Guanghua School of Management website.

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