Our business landscape is rich with inspirational accounts of entrepreneurs single-handedly, or in collaboration with siblings, building large business empires in the course of a lifetime. And most of these success stories face major challenges, during the transition to the new generation.
The sustainability of family businesses is directly related to formalisation of systems linking ownership, business and family. This 3-day intensive programme is designed for progressive family boards aspiring to understand and address the underlying complicated, sometimes sensitive causes of disruption in family-owned and family managed business.
During the programme, the participants will develop an understanding of;
This programme is designed for family board members (including children, siblings & spouses) and non-family executives of family businesses. Group participation of more than one family board members ideally from two or more generations is encouraged.
PhD, Lahore University of Management Sciences
HASSAN RAUF CHAUDHRY
PhD, North Carolina State University
Supply Chain Management; Retail Supply Chains; Strategic Sourcing; Vendor Management; Textile and Apparel Value Chains; Supply Chain Risk Management
“This programme is an eye opener for all family business owners. With all this knowledge, they can anticipate the future problems they could face and can make arrangements that would help sustain the future of their family and their business. A step towards a sustainable future!”
Faizan Qadri - Qadri Group
Programme fee includes tuition cost, reading material, tea and lunch served during the programme.
We offer single bed accommodation at the Rausing Executive Centre. Each bedroom with attached bathroom is equipped with a mini-fridge, writing desk and direct dial STD/ISD telephone and cable TV. All bedrooms at REC are internet-ready. Please note we do not provide accommodation for drivers accompanying participants.
Payment can be made directly through:
Our preferred mode of payment is by debit/credit card and crossed cheque/banker’s draft payable to "Lahore University of Management Sciences". However, the programme fee can also be paid via bank transfer.
If you wish to dispatch the cheque directly to our office, please send it to:
* LUMS is a not-for-profit organisation under the Income Tax Ordinance 2001. Accordingly, the income of LUMS is not tax-deductible/collectable.