We are pleased to announce the 2019 winners of the FFI GEN scholarships and to thank the generous sponsors of these five awards for leading the way in ensuring that professionals in the field receive the outstanding interdisciplinary education that FFI has become known for globally.
The Best Doctoral Dissertation Award is given to encourage and recognize outstanding academic achievement in the field of family business study. The Best Dissertation is awarded annually after a blind, peer review of all submissions.
Read “Longevity in the Family Business Context: Implications for Leadership and Succession” by FFI President, Judy Green and Patricia Annino as recently published in Tharawat Magazine
Accounting for between 65 and 85 percent of all businesses worldwide, family enterprises are crucial drivers of both the prosperity of nations and the global economy.
We are pleased to announce that the award for the Best Article published in FBR in 2017 has been given to Daniel Holt and Kristen Madison from Mississippi State University and Franz Kellermanns from University of North Carolina at Charlotte, for their article “Variance in Family Members’ Assessments: The importance of dispersion modeling in family firm research.”
Applications for the 2018 Scholarships are now open and must be received by April 15, 2018.
Special winter rates for FFI members to register for the 2018 FFI Global Conference in London will expire at Midnight Eastern on March 21, 2018.
Take your skills to the next level. Enroll in this special early offering of GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems: Analysis and application
The Family Firm Institute (FFI) has announced the recipients of the 2017 Academic Awards and Family Business Review (FBR) Awards.
The Family Firm Institute (FFI) has announced the recipients of the 2017 Awards for Achievement.