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Every November at the Global Peter Drucker Forum, we take inspiration from “the father of management” to present fresh insights from today’s management leaders. But in a year like this one we are struck by how relevant Drucker’s own work remains to the concerns of the moment. We’ll explore some of his key ideas – and how he arrived at them – in A Day of Drucker, a special online event to be held June 30. Please consider joining us for this stimulating full day of sessions—and if you like, for optional workshops the day before.
As for the workshops on June 29, these are 90-minute sessions, two of them geared toward what Drucker called Managing Oneself and a third focusing on collaborative innovation with a view to the 2021 Drucker Forum in November. They include discovering your strengths with a methodology developed by Gallup Research, The Midlife Rethink with Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, and Co-Creation Unveiled by Haufe Advisory.
Since we first announced this special event in March, much progress has been made on the program. We’ve lined up two dozen thinkers and practitioners who are engaged with further developing and applying Drucker's ideas —among them, Bernie Jaworski, Philip Kotler, Karen Linkletter, Jean Lipman-Blumen, Emi Makino, Fredmund Malik, Roger Martin, Hermann Simon, Nan Stone and Marshall Goldsmith.
And we are proud to bring Drucker’s own voice into the mix. This is made possible by Richard Brem, whose visits with Drucker in 1999 yielded a rich set of unpublished videotaped conversations, now fully digitized. Ongoing access to this library of “Drucker Unplugged” clips will also be made available to all registrants, just as they are to Drucker Society members.
You will find a sample of the series together with clips from a recent Peter Drucker related evening event. Watch some of the clips here:
We will also use the occasion to honor and remember Joe Maciariello, who did so much as Drucker’s legitimate successor to amplify his work and advance the idea of “Management as a Liberal Art (MLA).” With Joe’s passing in 2020 we lost an especially treasured member of the Drucker community.
As we finalize the program for A Day of Drucker, your input can help. Please take a moment to respond to the short survey, regardless of whether you plan to attend or not.
Finally, before closing, we offer our deep gratitude to the valued partners whose efforts and generosity are making A Day of Drucker possible:
If your business, academic, or nonprofit organization might also like to become a partner, fill in the short application and we will respond shortly.
As always, we welcome your input on any matters relevant to the Drucker Forum community.
Richard Brem & Julia Kirby
For the Day of Drucker Team
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