Family Business Matters Presents “The Bork Process”

Maldonado Family Office

“The Bork Processâ„¢“

About “The Bork Process” Workshop

David Bork and the Family Business Matters Consulting Team, together with the GEM Family Office, are proud to offer a unique workshop on The Bork Processâ„¢. This program is the product of David’s accumulated wisdom from 50 years of expertise working with over 450 family businesses all over the world.

The Bork Processâ„¢ is grounded in the Four Pillars of Family Business: Alignment, Boundaries, Communication and Competency. These pillars are imperative for a resilient family business, affecting organizational health, management function, and personal performance.

This  2-day workshop is intended to be a deep dive into some of the BEST international family business practices. The Bork Process Team strives to teach each person in the family, and company, to understand and use essential core skills for increasing organizational health and performance. This stellar, cutting-edge seminar is recommended for:

  • Family members working in their family’s office.
  • Family members whose families have family offices.
  • Non-family executives in family offices.

Workshop Details

Dates: April 12-13, 2018
Venue: Dorissa Building, Miami Biennale Space, 2751 N Miami Ave., Miami, FL 33127
Deadline: RSVP before April 2, 2018 to Samuel Maldonado, Family Business Matters Associate,
Pricing: We are offering this unique and transformational experience at the special price of:

  • $400.00 for individual participants
  • $350.00 per person, if 2 or more members of the same family participate together

We want to encourage the participation of several members of the same family in this workshop in order to create an open dialogue and stimulate the exchange of ideas about the FB challenges. Participation of multiple family members will increase the impact this workshop can have on your family and business, and improve the possibility for implementation within your Family Business.

Workshop Program

Thursday, April 12

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Leading the Way: Europe’s First Executive MBA for Family Business

Leading the Way: Europe’s First Executive MBA for Family Business LeadersHave you heard about Europe’s first Executive MBA for family business leaders? Not only it is the first-of-its-kind degree program in Europe, but it is also the only Family Business MBA that has been accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the prestigious executive MBA accreditation group.

EDHEC Business School now offers the Family Business Global Executive MBA Program.

The students come from different cultural backgrounds, covering all continents, as diverse as Australia, Tanzania, Egypt, Finland, Venezuela, France, Oman, or Reunion Island. They are all family business members with active experience in their businesses and will become the future leaders.

Students join the program to deepen their knowledge and support their family business as future leaders on key challenges including management, family dynamics, leadership, and governance.

How does it work?

The program is held for 15 months with 10 weeks of physical contact hours spread across the EDHEC business school campus and partnering locations, including Paris, Lille, Nice, London, Singapore, Boston and Palo Alto. This allows a truly enriching experience with world-class professors and speakers balancing the local and international dimensions of the class locations.

Classes are held in diverse formats ranging from classical lectures to workshops, experiential learning, family business visits, expert testimonies and coaching sessions.

Whom does it serve?

The Family Business Global Executive MBA (EMBA) is intended for family business future leaders who want to embark on a transformational learning journey to build their legitimacy in the family business, contribute to maintaining family cohesion and responsible ownership practices and business sustainability.

Both members of the family controlling the business and outsiders working in key positions in the family business are eligible for the program.

How can I learn more?

For more information, you can click through to