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Virtual book talk w/ CBS Prof. Josh Baron (e-book with purchase)

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Josh Baron teaches family business at Columbia Business School and is co-author of Harvard Business Review’s Family Business Handbook.

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We're thrilled to host CBS Family Business Adjunct Professor Josh Baron for a Zoom book talk on April 29 (Zoom details will be distributed prior to the event). Josh is the co-author of Harvard Business Review’s Family Business Handbook. An e-book copy of his book is included with the price of admission.

Josh Baron teaches family business courses at Columbia Business School and is a Partner and Co-Founder of BanyanGlobal, an advisory firm that works with leading family enterprises around the world. Josh has a PhD in Political Science from Columbia.

Please visit this page for a recent podcast appearance where Josh discusses his book.

For the last decade, he has worked closely with families who own assets together, such as operating companies, family foundations, and family offices. He helps these families to define their purpose as owners and to establish the structures, strategies, and skills they need to accomplish their goals. Josh is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School, where he teaches MBA courses on Family Business Management and Managing Conflict in Family Business. He also teaches in the Enterprising Families Executive Education Program.

Josh has worked with clients in North America, South America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. He began his career at Bain & Company, consulting to Fortune 500 companies. In 2000, he joined a small team of people to help build a new organization called The Bridgespan Group, which has become America’s leading consulting firm for foundations and non-profit organizations. He moved on to found his own firm advising family philanthropists before joining BanyanGlobal.

Josh publishes and speaks frequently on subjects concerning family enterprises. He has a particular interest in how ownership creates a competitive advantage, how families can escape major conflicts, and how philanthropy can help families achieve their broader goals. He has written a magazine article and more than 20 digital articles about family businesses for Harvard Business Review, and is co-author of their Family Business Handbook: How to Build and Sustain a Successful Enduring Enterprise. Josh has written for The Huffington Post, Trust & Estates Magazine, and Family Business Magazine, among others, and has been cited in The New York Times and Forbes. He is also the author of a book about international relations.


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