Practising Management as a Liberal Art
Presented by Peter F. Drucker Academy Hong Kong
Social responsibility and social concerns were fundamental to Drucker, and they are becoming more imperative to today’s leadership. Practising Management as a Liberal Art (MLA) aims to create and maintain a functioning society of organizations in which people find meaningful existence and purpose while also contributing to the common good. This two-hour workshop mainly focuses on Drucker’s MLA philosophy, approaches and implications to future leadership.
Julia Wang President, Peter F. Drucker Academy (Hong Kong);
CEO, MLA Foundation
Ruthia Wong Award winner, Asia Leadership Award
Royce Yuen Professor of Practice; CE0, MaLogic Holdings Ltd.
Simon Ho President, The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong
Francis Ngai Founder & CEO, Social Ventures Hong Kong
Ricky Szeto Gen. Manager & Exec. Director, Hung Fook Tong Group Holdings Ltd.
Sunny Wong Adjunct Professor, Hong Kong Baptist University, Former Chairman and CEO, Carlsberg Greater China
Xun Chen Drucker scholar, leadership coach, the Chinese translator of Drucker’s book “Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, and Practices” (2019).
Experimenting with Rendanheyi: The Pursuit of Zero Distance and Zero Approvals
Presented by Haier Group
The emergence of ecosystems to enhance company capabilities in response to a world of hyper-connectivity and expanded customer expectations has been well established in prior Drucker Forum events. What has not been addressed, however, is how best to organize for such ecosystems. This session, containing both practitioners and students of organizational design, in workshop format, will explore the idea of the Entrepreneurial and Ecosystem Enabling Organization(EEEO); organizations that are ready to engage with complexity, generate pervasive innovation and become a transformational force for entire industries.
Bill Fischer Senior Lecturer, Sloan School of Management, MIT
Simone Cicero Director of the RDHY Open Source Research Center and CEO at Boundaryless
Emanuele Quintarelli EEEO Micro-Enterprise Lead at Boundaryless
Jochen Goeser Global Project Lead Agile Transformation at Robert Bosch Power Tools
Rachel Murch Thought leader in organizational change; former Zappos.com.
Discovering and Leveraging Your Leadership Strengths
Presented by Gallup
In Managing Oneself, Drucker famously said that “only when you operate from strengths can you achieve true excellence.” Gallup research has demonstrated that when people use their strengths, they are more productive, perform better and are more engaged. The challenge is that people often take their most powerful talents for granted, and many are not fully aware of them.
In this session, we will help individuals understand how to discover, develop, and apply their strengths for greater leadership effectiveness. We’ll also look at how building a strengths-based culture can elevate performance for the whole organization.
Bruce Young Senior Workplace Consultant, Gallup
The Midlife Rethink
Presented by 20-first
A program designed to help individuals and teams #BuildBackBetter after the turbulence and disconnections of the pandemic. Major moments and crises invite a rethink.
Here is the time and the toolbox to navigate your next transition in a transformative online session where we, together, we will:
HARVEST THE PAST, Where I’ve been.
A review of life to date, where you’ve come from, what you’ve experienced, and what you’ve learnt.
ASSESS THE PRESENT, Where I’m standing.
Where am I in the arc of life – and with who am I travelling? What roles/ relationships/ beliefs do I want to keep, and what do I need to leave behind?
MAP THE FUTURE Who I’m becoming.
The dream, the role models and the choices I need to make to move towards the future I want.
The program is inspired by Peter Drucker’s ideas as outlined in the HBR Classic MANAGING ONESELF – The Second Half of Your Life.
The more extended version we will post in a second step according the format that the team is in the process of developing.
Avivah Wittenberg-Cox CEO, 20-first
Taming Bias: Using Wicked Problem Solving to Make Better Decisions and Align Teams
Presented by Project Management Institute
Cognitive bias profoundly shapes the ways we perceive, think, and make decisions
They are mental shortcuts which have evolved through countless generations and provide dramatic benefits and substantial drawbacks. Bias is active in all parts of life – personal, professional, and social. And they are particularly insidious in Wicked Problems.
Taming bias is a vital skill in today's knowledge work
But it's hard and requires a process, self-awareness, and a willingness to examine how we work as teams and individuals.
In this session, Tom Wujec will:
► Demonstrating how a vast range of biases affect life and work
► Illustrating the mechanisms of key biases and their impact on perception and decision-making
► Presenting a simple three-step approach to identify, untangle, and tame bias
► Equipping participants with downloadable tools to deal with bias in practical ways
► Having fun showing the insidiousness of bias and ways to elevate collective thinking.
Tom Wujec Technology Pioneer, Creator of Wicked Problem Solving and Founding Singularity University Professor
Presented by Haufe Advisory
Looking forward to this year’s Global Peter Drucker Forum in November? A completely new and exciting format of co-creation awaits you there – and we invite you to get a sneak preview already this June.
Join us to…
► find out how we will be working together to co-create a joint “product” utilizing the power of the crowd’s expertise & creativity
► jointly formulate key questions and possible answers for some of the most pressing issues in the realm of modern management practice
► be part of a unique premiere that will foster deep exchange and connection between forum participants
There are so many important topics that deserve our attention – let’s use the collective brain power of the Peter Drucker community to create lasting thought leadership and real impact.
Joy Medos Executive Coach, Double Leap