Employee Ownership Management Program Fall 2013
The Beyster Institute in conjunction with faculty from the Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison will present its 11th annual Employee Ownership Management program this fall – Oct. 13-16, 2013 at the Rady School of Management. The class is part of the Institute’s comprehensive program of employee-ownership governance education: the Governance Curriculum for Employee Ownership Companies. http://www.rady.ucsd.edu/beyster/media/newsletter/2013/spring/curricula.html
The Employee Ownership Management course is an intensive program designed for upper-level management within small- to mid-sized companies. Specific tools will be presented through several topics and the course will show you how to gain a competitive advantage by managing the challenges and realizing the upside of employee ownership. Owners, executives and managers will gain important insights in three key areas:
- Legal and regulatory challenges, including corporate governance arrangements, fiduciary responsibilities and the role of employee ownership in corporate transactions.
- Employee ownership in marketing and financial management, including building alliances with customers and positioning the employee-owned company.
- Practical application of the principles of employee ownership in the day-to-day operation of the business, including managers’ roles in motivation and change, financial literacy for employee owners and building a high-performance culture.