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Issue 04 - May
Newsletter of the Global Peter Drucker Forum

European Business Summit,

May 15&16 Brussels - panel "Transforming skills into Jobs" chaired by Richard Straub including Commissioner Andor, Eurchambres Secretary General Arnaldo Abruzzini - final program can be found here

Open Innovation 2.0:

Sustainable Economy & Society Conference, May 20/21 Dublin Castle under the patronage of the Irish EU presidency; more
Ducker Form 2013 speaker Venkat Ramaswamy will cover the theme of co-creation

Drucker Special Lecture Alpbach

August 28 - Keynote by Adrian Wooldridge, Schumpeter Columnist, The Economist
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Top News


The registration for the 5th Global Peter Drucker Forum on November 14 and 15 is now open.

Get the benefit of the 15% Early Bird discount. Members have access to special rates - if you want to know more please contact events@druckersociety.eu.
Please see the speakers and the Event Outline.  

Harvard Business Review Blog Series on the conference theme Complexity has started: Inaugural post by Richard Straub: Why Managers Haven't Embraced Complexity

Harvard Business Review || Logo Please visit and join the online discussion - blog posts from keynote speakers and other complexity experts will follow. It is a unique approach to prepare for the conference in November.

A further CEO confirmed: N. Chandrasekaran,

Tata Consulting Services will speak at the Drucker Forum.  

Featured Keynote Speakers:

 John Hagel III,
 Co-Chairman of the Deloitte Centre for the Edge.

 Fredmund Malik,
 Chairman and Owner of Malik Management Centre St. Gallen.

Drucker Society Europe and Burson-Marsteller conclude strategic partnership

- BM will provide ample support for communication and promotion for the Drucker Forum.

The Drucker Challenge Essay and Video Contest for participants under 35 is off a good start:

Please keep the due date of July 1 in mind. By then you must have uploaded your Essay or your video to win free access to the Drucker Forum and even a monetary prize for the top authors in both categories. Visit http://www.druckerchallenge.org/ to learn more.
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