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We have reached a now-or-never moment – a moment when the need for stronger institutions and a more resilient society has never been so stark. Times of great disruption take great toll. But they also break open new possibilities for those with the creativity and energy to build back better – to forge organizations that emerge more capable, more resourceful than they were before.
At this year’s Drucker Forum, we explore how to build a vital new capacity – the creative resilience that will allow organizations, sectors, communities, and individuals to thrive in an environment where all previous certainties seem to have dissolved.
Check out the key issues the Forum is called on to address in our program outline. Panels and sessions are now coming together and will be available soon.
A foretaste of the topics
Deep debates on what resilience really is – structure, culture, leadership? Whether it is teachable, how AI’s proliferation might speed up recoveries or create new fragilities …
Emerging research on the links between resilience and creativity, the hidden risks of hyper-efficiency, how to “fail forward“…
Fresh insights into how leaders tap into purpose to inspire comebacks, what can be learned from the masters of creativity – performance artists, for instance …
All amplified by smart views in conversations on panels, in chats, salons and informal networking at the Hofburg in Vienna …
These and many other discussions will be brought to life with speakers like Tim Brown, Co-chair of IDEO; Yves Doz, Emeritus Prof. of strategic Management, INSEAD; Charles Handy, Social Philosopher and author; Rahaf Harfoush, Digital Anthropologist; Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz, Director at EGIS, former CEO of ENGIE; Dewi Schoenbeck, VP German Speaking Markets, Steelcase; David Weinberger, Senior Researcher, Harvard University and many more.
Register now to join us on November 30 and December 1. We guarantee two days of energizing interaction from which you will come away inspired to make a difference in your own work. Because a capacity for creative resilience is not a quality that we either have or don‘t. It’s something we all need to learn and build.
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