Sparking Collaborative Results.
Sparking Collaborative Results.
Managing the Family Business explores the corporate management, career paths and options, as well as the family and personal issues that are often unique to family-owned and managed businesses. The course develops the participant’s understanding through exposure to organizational models and skill development to address the challenges family businesses and families owning these businesses face. This course is not only intended for family members, it is also appropriate for those that work within a family business.
Peter F. Drucker
Peter F. Drucker is considered the father of modern management, and his time-tested doctrine is the cornerstone of our education at the Drucker School. As a writer, teacher, consultant, and unparalleled management guru, Drucker influenced governments, non-profits, and corporations, including He taught at Claremont Graduate University from 1971 until 2003, passing away two years later at the age of 95. The Drucker name commands international respect because his management philosophy makes sense, gets results, and empowers everyone in an organization to make a lasting difference.
Dr. Vijay Sathe
C.S. & D.J. Davidson Chair and Professor of Management,
Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito
Graduate School of Management,
Claremont Graduate University
+1 909 229 3670
• Strategy; collaborative change management; practical governance; coaching leadership teams in strategic redirection in challenging markets;
• PhD, Ohio State University
• MBA, Ohio State University
• MS, University of Wisconsin
• Visiting Professor, International Management Development Institute – Lausanne, Switzerland
• Associate Professor – Harvard Business School
Sathe, Vijay, Manage Your Career: Ten Keys to Survival and Success When Interviewing and on the Job (New York: Business Expert Press, 2008, Second Edition 2015)
Urs Jäger and Vijay Sathe (Editors), Strategy and Competitiveness in Latin American Markets: The Sustainability Frontier (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2014)
Sathe, Vijay, Corporate Entrepreneurship: Top Managers and New Business Creation (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2003)
Chinese translation (simple characters), December 2008.
(Included in list of Best Business Books 2003 by Library Journal, www.libraryjournal.com)
Professor Sathe was previously on the faculty at the Harvard Business School for ten years and taught occasionally at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland, prior to joining the Drucker School faculty.
Professor Sathe is an expert in the areas of leadership and cultural change, building winning executive teams, and revitalization of the organization and self. He has published numerous articles and several books including: Culture and Related Corporate Realities (Irwin) and with Phyllis Schlesinger, Leonard Schlesinger, and John Kotter, Organization (Irwin), Corporate Entrepreneurship: Top Managers and New Business Creation, and Manage Your Career: 10 Keys to Survival and Success When Interviewing and On the Job. His latest book is Strategy & Competitiveness in Latin American Markets: The Sustainability Frontier (co-edited with Urs Jager, Edward Elgar).
Professor Sathe has advised and coached top executives and others in a variety of enterprises, including: entrepreneurial start-ups, domestic and multinational corporations, professional service, non-profit and volunteer organizations, and government agencies.
He has taught courses in organizational behavior, revitalization of the organization and self, leadership, strategy, managing in the creative economy, and he is currently developing a new course on managing the family business. Professor Sathe has taught in a number of MBA, executive education, industry-specific and corporate programs around the world and has received the “Professor of the Year” award from the Drucker MBA and Executive MBA graduating classes seven times in recognition of his outstanding teaching.