When the pressure is on,
it's performance that matters
We urge you to join us in Vienna this November 17 + 18 for a unique gathering of executives and management thinkers taking on the biggest questions confronting organizations now.
Under the theme of Performance that Matters: Sparking the Entrepreneurial Spirit, we’ll debate the promise and impact of recent upheavals, from post-pandemic work arrangements and “the great resignation” to the ESG revolution and knowledge work automation.
Sessions listed below offer just a glimpse of the lineup:
see the evolving program and speaker lineup for more and check back for exciting additions in days to come. Better yet, register now and be part of the search for new paths to performance.
Coming to terms with what matters:
What we mean when we talk about performance
When an executive team says it’s looking for a turnaround in performance,
how is it defining that term – implicitly or explicitly? Despite efforts to reconceive what constitutes corporate success, is the bottom line still the bottom line?
How purpose drives performance
Few would deny that an organization should have an inspiring sense of purpose.
But what do we really know about how that produces better results?
Different eras call for different leaders. At a time when making performance gains is imperative, what C-suite skills come to the fore?
“Hybrid” Meets High Performance: Finding Your Flex-Work Sweet Spot
It’s been the biggest debate of the year: get back to the office, or assume remote work? “Hybrid” sounds ideal – but the keys to getting the best of both worlds aren’t obvious.
See you in Vienna,
Drucker Forum Team
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