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  1. En 2003, Babbitt Ranches otorgó permiso a la NASA para probar los Mars Rovers en la tierra de Babbitt. En contraste los hermanos fundadores formaron parte de una generación empresarial que experimentó una expansión por el Oeste de Estados Unidos.

  2. View Babbitt Ranches Case.en.es.pdf from BUS 0068 at Universidad TecMilenio. Ranchos Babbitt: gobernanza y planificación estratégica en la empresa familiar ub lic Lisa Majure, Universidad del Norte.

  3. CASO RANCHOS BABBITT Dr. Jorge Alberto Durán Encalada MNS5132 Temas Selectos Avanzados: Empresas Familiares Adriana Cruz Ferral ID 164049 Melissa Andrea Espina Esquivel ID 151861 María Fernanda Salgado Calderón ID 146061 Jossimar Edson Aldair Matus Campos ID 140754 Miércoles 18/ Septiembre /2019 Preguntas del caso Ranchos Babbitt

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  4. Para la familia Babbitt, los “valores invaluables” pesan mucho durante las deliberaciones familiares. Billy describió el concepto como: Un valor general “invisible”: los valores invaluables son recuerdos, experiencias y sentimientos de la familia que son propios. No siempre puedes señalarlo.

  5. 15 de jul. de 2010 · Main Case. Babbitt Ranches: Governance and Strategic Planning in a Family Business. By: Lisa F Majure, Kathryn S Savage. The board of Babbitt Ranches had officially adopted a constitution to guide the future of the family business. Babbitt Ranches was a fourth-generation, 122 year old family firm with extensive… Length: 24 page (s)

  6. Key Takeaways. Babbitt Ranches began in 1886 and has evolved into a ranching powerhouse with a focus on sustainability and environmental stewardship. The ranch embraces a Multiple-Bottom-Line decision-making model, considering organizational, economic, ecological, and community values in its operations.

  7. Babbitt Ranches encompassed 700,000 acres in northern Arizona, and was the 25th largest landowner in the US. Billy Cordasco, president of Babbitt Ranches was concerned about how to best meet the needs of his 91 family shareholders, who represented the third and fourth generations of the founding Babbitt brothers.