23 MARCH 2023
How to transform your organisation and make hybrid work for everyone
By invitation only
With Lynda Gratton
Moderator: Stefan Stern
The focus of this session will be discussing Lynda’s book, ‘Redesigning Work: How to Transform Your Organisation and Make Hybrid Work for Everyone’. Lynda will share her thoughts on the greatest global shift in the world of work for a century, and how leaders can make the most of it. Stefan will moderate and share his perspectives.
Lynda is a global thought-leader on the future of work. A professor of Management Practice at the London Business School and founder of the advisory practice HSM Advisory, Lynda is also an award-winning author on the future of work and the role of corporation. She will be discussing her latest book, ‘Redesigning Work: How to Transform Your Organisation and Make Hybrid Work for Everyone’. Lynda will share her thoughts on the greatest global shift in the world of work for a century, and how leaders can make the most of it.
Stefan has been writing and commenting on business, politics and management for almost three decades. He began his journalistic career at Euromoney. His next job was as features writer for International Management magazine, after which he joined the BBC, where he worked as a researcher for The Money Programme. In 2001, he worked as a freelance management writer for several years, before becoming the Financial Times’ management columnist in early 2006. In October 2010 Stefan was appointed Visiting Professor in management practice at the Cass (now Bayes) Business School, University of London.
He is the author of two books: ‘Myths of Management – what people get wrong about being the boss’, co-authored with Prof Cary Cooper; and ‘How To Be A Better Leader’. His next book, ‘The Lady Macbeth Guide to Ambition’, will be published by Unbound. He is a Fellow of the RSA and continues to write for the Guardian, the FT and others.
Re-imagining Management for the Digital Age
on Monday April 10, 11am ET
with Richard Straub, Rita McGrath, Miriam Schwarz, Amy Edmondson, Steve Denning
The overall theme of the event is the re-imagination of management and is aimed at showing how many firms and writers are pursuing very similar ideas under different labels.
HBR’s Leaders Who Make a Difference
Harvard Business Review invites you to its third annual virtual HBR Live: Leaders Who Make a Difference conference on Tuesday, May 23.
The daylong program focused on social impact will feature insights from top CEOs—including Google CEO Sundar Pichai, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky, Accenture CEO Julie Sweet, Target CEO Brian Cornell, and Flex CEO Revathi Advaithi—along with expert-led mini-masterclasses on creating meaningful work experiences, responsible AI, psychological safety, and more.
Register here to receive a special partner discount (automatically applied at check-out).
(20% discount for Drucker audience)
MAY 31 (SEPT. 28)
Prestigio Leadership Forum 2023
7:00 PT | 10:00 ET | 15:00 BST | 16:00 CEST
The Prestigio Leadership Forum (PLF) invites leaders across Latin America to be part of an active community, rethink leadership and generate more individual and collective value. Our goal: a new leadership for Latin America. With the academic curatorship and leadership of Eduardo P. Braun, Ambassador of the Global Peter Drucker Forum and former Conference Chair for two years in a row, the event offers the opportunity to get inspired by a broad line-up of speakers who will discuss today's crucial issues:
Purpose and profitability, technology, art and innovation, the secrets of the "hidden champions", rebel talent, smart growth and the reimagination of work with more human organizations, among others
Mary Meaney Haynes, (Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist )will present the 15th Global Peter Drucker Forum and will discuss "Creative Resilience: Leading in an Age of Discontinuity".
NWX Town Hall: NEW Work – NEW Business – NEW Society
Der gesellschaftspolitische Dialog zur Zukunft
Hamburg, Elbphilharmonie – By invitation only
Deutschland verliert an Wetbewerbsfähigkeit. An Handlungsfeldern und -bedarf mangelt es nicht, aber es fehlt an einem „Sense of urgency“ für Transformation.
Echte Transformation ist unumgänglich, aber auch schmerzhaft. Doch wie gestalten wir den Wandel? Wie viel NEW WORK im OLD BUSINESS braucht es? Wie setzen wir eine Dynamik für Veränderung, Umdenken und Weiterentwicklung in Kraft? Und wie wecken wir die Freude an Veränderung?
Mit dabei sind:
Prof. Svenja Falk, Honorarprofessorin, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
Winfried Felser, Geschäftsführer, NetSkill Solutions GmbH
Raphael Gielgen, Trendscout Future of Work Life & Learn
Jeannete Gusko, Co-CEO CORRECTIV
André Loesekrug-Pietri, Vorsitzender Joint European Disruptive Initiative (JEDI)
Dr. Thomas Sattelberger, Schirmherr New Work Award und Publizist
Dr. Richard Straub, Präsident Global Peter Drucker Forum
Anahita Thoms, Sustainability & Trade Compliance Partner bei Baker McKenzie
Mit einer Einleitung von:
John Bercow, dem 157. Parlamentspräsident des britischen Unterhauses.
4-Quarter Lives: Thriving to 100
By invitation only
An Executive Breakfast featuring Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, a consultant, coach, writer, and speaker specialising in generational and gender balance, the future of work, the longevity economy, and the impact of 60-year careers.
Science has gifted us ever longer, 100-year lives. “4-Quarter Lives: Thriving to 100” explores how longer lives impact everything – from careers and relationships to the very shape of our lives. The session will have an introduction by Richard Straub, Founder and Executive President of the Drucker Forum, and will be moderated by Sally Ashworth, Associate Director, Media and Communications at the Harvard Business Review Group.
organisiert von Management Club und dem Global Peter Drucker Forum
Österreichs Wirtschaft nach der Krise: Gerüstet für die neuen Herausforderungen?
Innovative Wege, um die Resilienz des Wirtschaftsstandorts zu stärken
Wir begrüßen dazu am Podium:
Thomas Arnoldner, CEO der A1 Telekom Austria Group
Iris Ortner, geschäftsführende Gesellschafterin der IGO Industries GmbH
Christian Ramsauer, Professor an der Technischen Universität Graz
Der Management Club ist das führende Netzwerk von Führungskräften in Österreich. Durch den Dialog zwischen Politik und Wirtschaft leistet der Verein einen Beitrag zur Stärkung der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit des Wirtschaftsstandortes Österreich. Bei Veranstaltungen der Community diskutieren Führungskräfte und Expert:innen aktuelle Herausforderungen für Unternehmen.
By invitation only
JULY 26 – 28, 2023
Salzburg Summit – International Conference
A platform for exclusive exchange of ideas
Future now. Resources for Europe.
A war in Europe, a global pandemic and the consequences of these crises have challenged and changed democracies across Europe. While nation states are preoccupied with the current challenges, Europe has the ambition, ambition and courage to bring about lasting change and shape a more sustainable future in the midst of uncertainty.
The Salzburg Summit 2023 therefore focuses on the economic and technological transformation that is crucial to unlocking Europe’s potential.
Under the patronage of EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn, the Federation of Austrian Industries (IV) is organising the business summit for thinkers and implementers from politics, science, business and culture. The aim is to bring together the brightest minds to discuss and address trends and developments at European and global level.
By invitation only.
Iberoamerican Leadership Forum 2023
7:00 PT | 10:00 ET | 15:00 BST | 16:00 CEST
The Iberoamerican Leadership Forum 2023 invites leaders across Latin America to be part of an active community, rethink leadership and generate more individual and collective value. Our goal: a new leadership for Latin America.
With the academic curatorship and leadership of Eduardo P. Braun, Ambassador of the Global Peter Drucker Forum and former Conference Chair, the event offers the opportunity to get inspired by a broad line-up of speakers who will discuss today's crucial issues: how to regain our common sense, the importance of human-centered leadership, well-being and work-life integration, continuous learning and adaptability, and productive well-being, among others
Wolfgang Lassl, Chief Strategy Officer, Global Peter Drucker Forum, will present the 15th Global Peter Drucker Forum and will discuss "Creative Resilience: Leading in an Age of Discontinuity".
5 OCTOBER 2023
Rethinking trust in leadership.
By invitation only
Please join us for an Executive Breakfast featuring Rachel Botsman, a leading expert on trust in the modern world. Rachel is known for identifying ground-breaking paradigm shifts in business and society. Her two critically acclaimed books – What’s Mine is Yours and Who Can You Trust? – have been translated into 14 languages. In this experiential learning session, Rachel will challenge attendees to think differently about their key trust challenges and will discuss what it means to be a trusted leader in today’s culture.
The session will have an introduction by Richard Straub, Founder and Executive President of the Drucker Forum, and will be moderated by Esther Clark, an author and bilingual contributor to Forbes, America Economia, and the World Economic Forum.
Rachel Botsman is a leading expert on trust in the modern world. She has been recognized as one of the world’s 30 top management thinkers by Thinkers50, one of the Top 10 most influential voices on LinkedIn, and honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
Her speaking and advisory clients include Adobe, Google, Xero, PwC, Goldman Sachs, Salesforce, Chicago Fed Reserve, Barclays and the Bank of England. She teaches entrepreneurs and leaders at Oxford University, Saïd Business School, and created the first courses on trust in the digital world.
Esther Clark is an author and bilingual contributor to Forbes, America Economia, and the World Economic Forum. She is the Executive Director of Marketing at Inspired Education as well as a fellow of The Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and a Peter Drucker Global Challenge laureate. She writes about innovation, management thinking, and international education.
NOVEMBER 6 + 7
Taking place on November 6 and 7, the 2023 World Marketing Summit offers a unique opportunity to tap into the experience of industry experts to build the knowledge and skills necessary to create effective marketing and branding strategies. The meeting will be broadcast online in 100 countries and features a keynote by Richard Straub, founder and president of the Global Peter Drucker Forum.
The virtues of Transitional Business
Roundtable facilitated by Tata Consultancy Services
6.00 – 7.30 pm, Haus der Industrie
With society and the economy continuously changing, the strategic direction of business has been affected. To become future-ready, organizations need to be in constant transition and prepared to tackle external challenges. Internal structures need to be rethought, strategies revised, and systems set in place that can pave the way for permanent readiness.
To mitigate external challenges, it is considered that organizations need to undergo four transitions to be future-ready:
- Purpose Transition: Companies need to change their business focus from cost & efficiency to purpose & sustainability, incorporating social, environmental, and economic dimensions into their business models.
- Ecosystem Transition: Companies need to create data transparency and foster collaboration throughout their entire supply chain and wider ecosystem to enhance faster decision making.
- Technology Transition: Companies need to have a digital core that allows for rapid experimentation and adoption of new technologies, such as AI.
- Talent Transition: Companies need to place wellbeing of employees at the centre of their process and invest in continuous up- and reskilling to foster a culture of innovation and life-long learning.
This roundtable workshop will discuss whether these indeed are the most relevant transitions, how such transitions support businesses in being future-ready, how they can be implemented to ensure resilience, and how corporate leadership has to change to prepare for these transitions.
The roundtable is by invitation only. If you are interested to join, please send a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Challenges of Transforming in a Digital World
4 – 6 pm CET at Hotel Rathauspark, Vienna
Join our interactive workshop, 'The Challenges of Transforming in a Digital World,' on November 29th from 4-6pm CET at Hotel Rathauspark, Vienna. Led by renowned expert Robin Speculand, we'll explore the hurdles traditional organizations face in going digital, fostering innovation through collaboration.
In addition to Robin's insights, Fujitsu Europe CTO John Walsh will share expertise on AI's impact on organizations and society.
It's not just about a digital strategy, it's about adapting to a digital world. Don't miss this critical opportunity for success. Transforming in today's digital landscape is a complex endeavor, but the rewards are great. Ensure your transformation is a success!
Please register your interest by sending an email to: email@example.com