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Many assume that it is just bad odds that make the dream impossible, even worse, that the assumption that being a change-the-world business visionary is pre-ordained. And if that’s what they believe, then why should they bother trying what seems totally impossible. So, they simply miss out. 全文

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Lloyd E. Shefsky

Lloyd E. Shefsky

教授简介

Lloyd E. Shefsky received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. He's a prominent Jewish-American professor and entrepreneur. He was the clinical professor of family enterprises at the highly rated Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where he is also the founder and the co-director of the Center for Family Enterprises and co-founder of the Center for Executive Women. And he is also the founding member of the Kellogg-Recanati International EMBA Project Advisory Committee. Professor Lloyd has served, by gubernatorial appointment, on the Board of the prestigious Illinois Institute of Entrepreneurship Education. He also serves on Boards of Directors of private and public companies. 

Professor Lloyd is an internationally renowned expert on entrepreneurship and a corporate leader mentor. He has interviewed more than 200 of the world's most successful entrepreneurs, including the founders of Starbucks, Staples, Costco and even the Senior Adviser of Barack Obama, the former U.S. President. He is the author of the best-selling book, Entrepreneurs Are Made, Not Born published by McGraw-Hill and translated into seven languages, and Invent, Reinvent, Thrive published by McGraw-Hill, as well as Visionarie$ Are Made, Not Born. He is now on a case study of succession in a family business and has done case studies in entrepreneurship (pricing the sale of a business; planning exit strategy) for the Kellogg School. He has taught courses, lectured and spoken in China, Japan, Thailand, Canada, Israel and throughout the United States.

Professor Lloyd has received great amounts of honors, including the Entrepreneur of the Year Award for his support to entrepreneurship from Ernst & Young and Merrill Lynch; the Civil Rights Award from the Anti-defamation League; the Industrialist of the Year Award from the America-Israel Chamber of Commerce; and the Award of Excellence from the Sports Lawyers Association.

He advises entrepreneurs on a broad range of legal, financial and business matters, including public and private capital funding, mergers and acquisitions, employee motivation and expansion. He also counsels family businesses on succession, governance, employment, philanthropy, family education, etc. He was invited to share his experience through lectures in numerous top business schools and alumni events, including Harvard University, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Peking University. He delves into various academic fields, including Entrepreneurs and Securities, Entrepreneurs and Bankruptcies, Family Succession and Cultural Inheritance, and also Family Enterprise Governance.

主要成就

Clinical Professor of Family Enterprises
Founder and Co-director of the Center for Family Enterprises
Co-founder of the Center for Executive Women at of Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, USA
Founding Member of the Kellogg-Recanati International EMBA Project Advisory Committee, USA
President of Illinois Institute of Entrepreneurship Education, USA
Best-selling Author of Three Successful Books – Entrepreneurs Are Made, Not Born; Invent, Reinvent, Thrive; Visionarie$ Are Made, Not Born

教育背景

J.D., University of Chicago Law School, USA
CPA, University of Illinois, USA
B.S., DePaul University, USA

其他成就

Past President, Recipient of 1992 Industrialist of the Year Award, America-Israel Chamber of Commerce
Founding President and President Emeritus, Recipient of 1993 Excellence Award, Sports Lawyers Association
Former Associate National Commissioner, Regional Board of Directors, Co-chair of Regional Civil Rights Committee, Recipient of 2002 Civil Rights Award, Anti-defamation League
Invited to give speeches at numerous top business schools and alumni events, including Harvard University, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Peking University

研究领域

Entrepreneurs and Securities, Entrepreneurs and Bankruptcies, Family Succession and Cultural Inheritance, Family Enterprise Governance.
CH01 Introduction
1.1 Introduction
CH02 Nature of Business Visionaries
2.1 What is a Visionary?
2.2 Who is and Who is Not a Business Visionary?
2.3 Disruption
2.4 What Seems Like but is Not a Business Visionary
2.5 Intrapreneurs
Quiz
CH03 Importance, Barriers and Elements of Vision & Visionaries
3.1 Why Important to be a “Business Visionary”?
3.2 Can Anyone Become a Business Visionary?
3.2.1 Barriers to Vision
3.2.2 Eliminating the Barriers
3.2.3 Barriers After Vision
3.2.4 Expectations
3.3 Brief Explanation of Five Elements of Business Vision
Quiz
CH04 Vision Element #1 – Forest and Trees Vision
4.1 What is Forest and Trees Vision?
4.2 Case Studies of Forest and Trees Vision
4.2.1 Case Study – Fred Smith
4.2.2 Case Study – Kay Koplovitz
4.2.3 Case Study – Bob Walter
4.2.4 Case Study – Keith Williams
4.2.5 Case Study – Eli and Marc Schulman
4.2.6 Case Study – Stef and Eitan Wertheimer
4.2.7 Case Study – George Stephen
4.2.8 Case Study – Ruth Bigelow
4.2.9 Case Study – Tony and Bill Terlato
4.2.10 Case Study – Ginni Rometty
4.2.11 Case Study – Arthur, Bill and Rocky Wirtz
4.2.12 Case Study – David Abney
4.2.13 Case Study – Ross Perot Sr. and Ross Perot Jr.
Quiz
CH05 Vision Element #2 – Beyond-The-Eaves Vision
5.1 What is Beyond-the-Eaves Vision?
5.2 Case Studies of Beyond-the-Eaves Vision
5.2.1 Case Study – Arthur, Bill & Rocky Wirtz
5.2.2 Case Study – Keith Williams
5.2.3 Case Study – Tony and Bill Terlato
5.2.4 Case Study – Ross Perot Sr. and Ross Perot Jr.
5.2.5 Case Study – Bob Walter
5.2.6 Case Study – Stef and Eitan Wertheimer
5.2.7 Case Study – Fred Smith
5.2.8 Case Study – Ginni Rometty
5.2.9 Case Study – Ruth Bigelow
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CH06 Vision Element #3 – Trend Pattern Vision
6.1 What is Trend Pattern Vision?
6.2 Case Studies of Trend Pattern Vision
6.2.1 Case Study – Tony and Bill Terlato
6.2.2 Case Study – Ross Perot Sr. and Ross Perot Jr.
6.2.3 Case Study – George and Jim Stephen
6.2.4 Case Study – David Abney
6.2.5 Case Study – Fred Smith
6.2.6 Case Study – Ginni Rometty
6.2.7 Case Study – Ruth Bigelow
Quiz
CH07 Vision Element # 4 – Retro Vision
7.1 What is Retro Vision?
7.2 Case Studies of Retro Vision
7.2.1 Case Study – Rick Waddell
7.2.2 Case Study – George & Jim Stephen
7.2.3 Case Study – Keith Williams
7.2.4 Case Study – Eras of Retro Vision
7.2.5 Case Study – Howard Schultz
7.2.6 Case Study – Chuck Schwab
Quiz
CH08 Vision Element # 5 – Rapid Action Vision
8.1 What is Rapid Action Vision?
8.2 Case Studies of Rapid Action Vision
8.2.1 Case Study – Jim Covert
8.2.2 Case Study – Nir Barkat
8.2.3 Case Study – Ross Perot Sr. and Ross Perot Jr.
8.2.4 Case Study – Bill and Rocky Wirtz
8.2.5 Case Study – Howard Schultz
Quiz
CH09 Family Business Visions & Visionaries
9.1 The 3-Rs
9.2 Succession
9.3 Law of Diminishing Skills
Quiz
CH10 Finding, Developing, Leveraging and Realizing Business Visions
10.1 Finding
10.2 Developing
10.3 Leveraging
10.4 Listening
10.5 Realization
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