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Names Not Numbers
September 27 - 29, Oxford, UK More
17th Annual ILA Conference
October 14 -17, Barcelona - "Leading Across Borders and Generations" More
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more info to follow
Drucker Dialog Vienna
September 8, 2015, at WdF with Richard Kriesche:
ELIG Annual Conference
September 10 & 11, Berlin, "Digitally competent - Education and Learning for a Smart Europe"
Drucker Forum Launch Event Munich
September 17, jointly w. Roland Berger Strategy Consultants: "How Human is your Digital Agenda?" with keynotes by by Bernard Charlès, Dassault Systems and Thomas Sattelberger,
former excom member Deutsche Telekom, Moderation Sarah Cliffe, HBR, invitation only.
More great speakers joining
In the spirit of Peter Drucker, the Forum endeavours to bring together great minds from management
practice and profound management thinkers. We are proud to announce important additions to the speakers roster
They join a group of exceptional speakers including
Henry Mintzberg, McGill University,
Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor, FT,
Jim Keane, CEO Steelcase,
Charles Edouard Bouée, CEO Roland Berger,
Tom Davenport, Babson College,
Sherry Turkle, MIT,
Kevin Roberts, Executive Chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi,
Adi Ignatius, Editor-in-chief, HBR
Dambisa Moyo - Global Economist and writer,
Charles Handy - Social Philosopher
Steve Denning - Member of the board Scrum Alliance, Forbes contributor and author
The Drucker Challenge is approaching the final lap!
Students, young professionals and entrepreneurs around the globe are preparing their essay to win one of the prizes
and/or a seat at the Drucker Forum. Managing Oneself in the Digital Age is the theme - closing date is July 15.
Guidelines are here.
Featured Blog Posts from the Blog Series and new Articles
Background Article by Richard Straub published in EFMD Global Focus Magazine:
Management's Second Curve
Completing the Conclusions from 2014 and looking beyond 2015
The Drucker Forum has become a vibrant virtual Think Tank supported by a strong community of leading thinkers from academia and practice.
We have comprehensive summaries about the Forums on our website (see 2014
Thought Leadership pages and
Conclusions). In addition our Media Partner LID Publishing has published a free
eBook about the Drucker Forum 2014.
For the future we will endeavour to strengthen the impact of the Forums by further increasing the coherence between annual events and
by working towards increased synergy and convergence between great ideas that show the way to the future. Clayton Christensen has
provided us with his vision of how to achieve this with his
concluding thoughts at the Forum 2014.
Peers Inc: How People and Platforms Are Inventing the
Collaborative Economy and Reinventing Capitalism
by Robin Chase
No Ordinary Disruption:
The Four Global Forces Breaking All the Trends
by James Manyika et al
The Silo Effect: The Peril of Expertise and the Promise of Breaking Down Barriers
by Gillian Tett (available September 1, 2015)
Getting Beyond Better: How Social Entrepreneurship Works
by Roger Martin & Sally Osberg (available October 6, 2015)