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Owning Impact: Creating a Positive Legacy for Enterprising Families and Society
In this webinar, MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Jason Jay explores the role of family-owned businesses in the transition to a just and sustainable economy.

He explores the two key challenges that families face in deploying their financial assets and governance powers. The first is alignment, as families can face conflicts among generations and branches, and between family members and professional advisors. The second is effectiveness as families work to spur innovation and change, measure impact, and harmonize impact with other goals such as wealth preservation and reputation management.

Key points covered will include:
• How comprehensive social impact strategies can combine capital deployment, philanthropic giving, corporate governance, and political influence to maximize social impact
• Aligning effective activities to strengthen the family unity, talent, culture, and reputation, contributing to a positive family legacy
• Addressing the dual challenge of alignment and effectiveness in family social impact strategy via a systems approach

You may also be interested in Jason Jay's new course, co-taught with John Davis

Owning Impact: Creating a Positive Legacy For Families and Society - Dates Coming Soon

Learn more here: executive.mit.edu/oi

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Jul 6, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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