A DAY OF DRUCKER
 

Join us on June 30, 2021 for a full-day, virtual event focusing on management's greatest mind, Peter F. Drucker. Learn about Drucker's formative years, his key ideas and his thoughts on 21st century challenges. Hear from friends, colleagues and executives who worked with him and witnessed him in action. And watch leading management thinkers discuss how Drucker's insights can be crucial today.
 

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Richard Brem

Richard Brem

Senior Advisor, Peter Drucker Society Europe

Jenny Darroch

Jenny Darroch

Dean, Chair in Business Leadership, Professor of Marketing, Farmer School of Business, Miami University

Elizabeth Haas Edersheim

Elizabeth Haas Edersheim

Adjunct Professor, NYU Tisch Institute

Tamara J. Erickson

Tamara J. Erickson

Leadership Advisor; top ranked  management thinker, T50

Marshall Goldsmith

Marshall Goldsmith

Executive Leadership Coach

Andrew Hill

Andrew Hill

Management Editor, Financial Times

Santiago Iniguez de Ozoño

Santiago Iniguez de Ozoño

Executive President, IE University

Bernard Jaworski

Bernard Jaworski

Peter F. Drucker Chair in Management and the Liberal Arts, Drucker School of Management

Julia Kirby

Julia Kirby

Senior Editor, Harvard University Press

Angelica Kohlmann

Angelica Kohlmann

Chairman Kohlmann & Co. and member of the Drucker family

Philip Kotler

Philip Kotler

Professor Emeritus of Marketing, Kellogg School of Management

Karen Linkletter

Karen Linkletter

Acting Research Director, Joseph A. Maciariello Management as a Liberal Arts Research Institute

Jean Lipman-Blumen

Jean Lipman-Blumen

Professor of Public Policy and Organizational Behavior,
Claremont Graduate University

Patrick A. Maciariello

Patrick A. Maciariello

Partner & COO, Compass Diversified

Emi Makino

Emi Makino

Associate Professor, Startup Initiatives Division, Dept of Academia-Gov’t Industry Collaboration, Hiroshima University

Fredmund	Malik

Fredmund Malik

Chairman Malik Group

Roger L. Martin

Roger L. Martin

Strategy Advisor, former Dean Rotman School of Management

Timo	Meynhardt

Timo Meynhardt

Dr. Arend Oetker Chair of Business Psychology & Leadership, HHL Leipzig

Peter Paschek

Peter Paschek

Management Consultant

Bruce Rosenstein

Bruce Rosenstein

Managing Editor, Leader to Leader

José Salibi Neto

José Salibi Neto

Co-founder, HSM Group and author; worked for 14 years with P. Drucker

Hermann Simon

Hermann Simon

Honorary Chairman, Simon-Kucher & Partners

Daniel R. Stern

Daniel R. Stern

Managing Director, Stern Speakers

Richard Straub

Richard Straub

Founder and President, Global Peter Drucker Forum

Nan D. Stone

Nan D. Stone

Clinical Professor of Mgmt, Tuck School of Business; Senior Adviser, The Bridgespan Group; Peter Drucker’s Editor at HBR Founding Director, Peter F. Drucker Archive, Claremont Graduate University, *Publication with P. Drucker On the Profession of Management

Julia Wang

Julia Wang

President, Drucker Academy Hong Kong

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox

CEO of 20-first

Bruce Young

Bruce Young

Senior Workplace Consultant, Gallup
Workshop Leader

 


 

PROGRAM OUTLINE

The program outline includes the following cornerstones:


 

Drucker's formative years in Austria, Germany and England - and how they shaped his way of thinking


Drucker's huge impact and enduring appeal in Japan and Asia


How Drucker "invented management"


A recap and contemporary discussion of Drucker’s biggest ideas


Today’s big problems: What did Drucker have to say about them?


Additional highlights will comprise:
 

A special panel on Drucker as collaborator, teacher, and mentor and:


A tribute to Joe Maciariello and his advocacy of “Management as a Liberal Art”

 

As for content, expect to engage with a number of compelling questions, such as:
What are the ideas that most define Drucker’s intellectual legacy? How did Drucker come up with his insights, and present them so compellingly? What and who influenced him? How did Drucker’s thinking find its way so early to Asia—and how does it continue to shape management practice there today? As we struggle with the new issues of digitally transformed, post-pandemic economies, what insights can we find in his writings to guide us? What did Drucker have to say about today's other big problems? And what does it mean – and what does it take – for an organization to become more “Druckerian”?

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