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Issue 02/13
Newsletter of the Global Peter Drucker Forum

Launch of Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs March 4 and 5

Richard Straub moderating a panel - keynotes by President Barroso, Commission Vice-President Kroes and Commissioner Andor. Read More

EFMD Event - "Management Matters"

on April 23 - with EIT Chair Alexander von Gabain, Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Kroes Constantijn van Oranje-Nassau, Sectary General of Eurochambers, Arnaldo Abruzzini. Read More

Open Innovation 2.0 - Dublin Castle,

May 20 and 21, under the Irish Presidency Drucker Society Europe in Program Steering Committee. Read More

Partnership with "Day of the Future" Conference in

Austria, June 17 to 21, will feature a Drucker Society Keynote speaker. Read More

 > Past Events

Executive Breakfast Istanbul

organized by Drucker Society Associate Zulfu Dicleli on January 31 - more.

Announcement of the Drucker Forum 2013

at the EFMD Deans and Directors General Meeting in Istanbul on January 31 to 330 participants.

E-leadership skills Conference at INSEAD

Richard Straub Session Chair - more.
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Announcement of a strong partnership between Harvard Business Review and Drucker Forum 2013

Harvard Business Review || Logo Please find the press release from February 27 announcing the partnership under the links:

> English Version
> German Version

Quote from Adi Ignatius, editor in chief of HBR "Perhaps no contributor to Harvard Business Review has had a greater impact on the practice of management than Peter Drucker. We are pleased to partner with the 2013 Global Peter Drucker Forum to help carry forward his extraordinary legacy and take part in this important event."

Please also visit the Forbes Management Blog from Steve Denning referring to the HBR partnership announcement and commenting on the theme "Managing Complexity".  

Invitation to participate in shaping the 2013 Drucker Forum - join the conversation via the Drucker Forum Blog

By today we start the "Complexity Series" on the Drucker Forum Blog - please visit the introductory Blog Post by Richard Straub. You are cordially invited to comment.

If you have deep expertise in this subject you are invited to provide Blog Posts for the Drucker Forum Blog. A small editorial team will support the quality assurance process. The article should not be longer than 700 words. Please send suggested posts to contact@druckersociety.eu.

Please also see the brand new blog post on Forbes by Steve Denning "Can Complexity Thinking Fix Capitalism?".  

Successful Launch Event for the 2013 Forum hosted by RZB in Vienna

Launch event with excellent participation - room capacity of 100 exceeded. Participants from many countries joined this 2 hours event with subsequent Cocktail Reception. See the final program under this link.

Keynote from Prof. Dr. Stefan Thurner, Santa Fe Institute, can be downloaded using this link. Panel statement by Ralf Holzwart under this link.

Overview Presentation Richard Straub on Slide Share.

Please visit the photo gallery to get an impression.  

To the Young Generation - get ready for the Drucker Challenge 2013 - we are adding a BIG innovation!

First - please take a look at the video with interviews of the 2012 Drucker Challenge winners - only 5:50' but worth every secondů.:-)

The Peter Drucker Challenge 2013 Contest addressing the younger generation will be launched soon in a brand new format. We are expanding the Essay Contest with a new distinct option - The Drucker Challenge Video Contest (uploaded video presentations competing head-to-head, based on public and social media voting)

Theme for both Contests is a special sub-topic of the 2013 Drucker Forum theme Managing Complexity: "Innovation Inspiration: What Innovators can Learn from Sciences and Arts"

Launch by end of March on

Declarations of Interest: Please let us know your intention to participate and direct any questions to Shane Whittington shane.whittington@druckersociety.eu.  
your input and let us know your interest in participating in the Forum.

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