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The 2015 Drucker Forum theme Claiming our Humanity - Managing in the Digital Age seems to hit a nerve for our time. It is everywhere - The Economist last week had Artificial Intelligence as a title story, new books are coming out every week with this focus - the FT just published a review of The Rise of the Robots - Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future and HBR will have a Spotlight in their June issue on "Man and Machine: Knowledge Work in the Age of the Algorithm" (see the exclusive preview under the LINK)

The 2015 Drucker Forum Blog Series generates great interest and is filling up fast. We are scheduling the invited blog posts from speakers and self nominated writers for publication by from now till mid-October. Please join the debate with your comments.

Here are some featured posts -more are being added weekly online
Kevin Roberts, Executive Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi
Steve Denning, Forbes Contributor
David Hurst, author and educator
Richard Straub, President Peter Drucker Society Europe
Widening Circles Or: What I Learned from Peter Drucker

The Internet Is Finally Forcing Management To Care about People

Don't Throw The Past Away

Managing in an Age of Winner-Take-All

There is still time for students and young professionals to join the Drucker Challenge Essay Contest 2015. Entry deadline for essay submissions is July 15. Interested? Get inspired and watch the interviews with last year's winners about their personal experiences and tips on how to write an essay to improve your chance of success. Please access the videos here.

Early Bird registration is open - 15% discount available until July 15. Secure your conference pass via this link: http://www.druckerforum.org/registration/

For the speaker's list see http://www.druckerforum.org/.

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