This exercise allows students to apply core family business concepts to a real-world business context. In this exercise, students interview a family business owner and present their findings both as a written summary and oral presentation. This exercise is appropriate for undergraduate, graduate, and executive students taking a family business course, or a course with a unit on family business, online or in-person. Students complete this exercise individually as an end of term project; however, the exercise can be assigned as a group project.
Rogers, John; Wittmeyer, Carol; and Dibrell, Clay (2022). "Learning How Family Business Leaders Make Decisions Through Interviews." Family Business.org .
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