Family Advisory Council Convening

The Ownership Project at Oxford Saïd

25-26 February 2019, Oxford

What is good ownership?

Why does it matter, and for whom?

How does ownership impact on corporate strategy, and on the role and responsibilities of owners?

We're delighted to welcome our Family Advisory Council members to our inaugural convening on 25-26 February. We're thrilled that so many of you can attend.

The Programme

Welcome Dinner

Tom Tower, Christ Church, Oxford
Tom Tower, Christ Church, Oxford

Monday 25 February: The Deanery, Christ Church, Oxford

The Very Revd. Martyn Percy and Dean Peter Tufano welcome you to the Deanery. Founded in 1546, Christ Church is one of the many jewels of Oxford; its Deanery designated as an official royal lodging and its splendid Hall inspiring the makers of the Harry Potter films to build its replica in their London studios.


Saïd Business School
Saïd Business School

Tuesday 26 February: Classroom One, Saïd Business School

Through a series of provocations, discussions and demonstration of new management tools, we will share our research findings and use your insights to help us shape future areas of research.

Closing dinner

AN1939.68 'Figurine’  Image © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.
AN1939.68 'Figurine’ Image © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.

Tuesday 26 February: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

We close with an evening of provocation, discussion and exploration over dinner at Oxford’s celebrated Ashmolean Museum, the world’s first university museum and the first to open to the public. Opened in 1683, its founding principle – that knowledge of humanity across cultures and times is important to society - manifests itself in the rich collections, some of them from key families who retain a strong connection to, and influence on the Museum today.