> Partner Events
European Business Summit
May 6-7, Brussels - Europe 4.0 - Delivering A New Vision for the Future of Europe
EFMD Annual Conference
June 7-9, Brussels - Impact, Passion & Creativity in Learning, with keynote by Charles Handy
> Mark the calendar -
more info to follow
Drucker Dialogue with Wdf
September 8, Vienna, Management & the Arts
ELIG Annual Conference
September 10 & 11, Berlin, "Digitally competent - Education and Learning for a Smart Europe"
Drucker Forum Launch Event
September 17, Munich w. Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Top Exec. Event - invitation only
The Drucker Forum 2015 Blog Series has started
As in previous years we run a blog series in preparation of the Forum. Please find the starter-post
"The Human Difference" by Richard Straub under the
We will continue in a 10 - 14 days rhythm to publish further posts - all related to the Forum theme and contributing specific aspects and points of view.
Your participation is welcome - be it in the form of comments to posts, social media postings, Tweets or even full blog articles.
In the latter case please submit suggested posts (800 - 1000 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line
"GPDF15 - Blog proposal". A number of world class thinkers and practitioners have already committed to provide articles for the series.
An editorial review and moderation of the series will be ensured. However, we don't guarantee the publication of all suggested posts.
Like last year HBR will publish selected articles from the series on their website with reference to the Forum.
In case you would want to be notified for each new blog post going online please subscribe to the following feed: http://www.druckerforum.org/blog/?feed=rss2
Just copy and paste the link in your preferred RSS reader. If you don't have a RSS reader yet, a good overview is on Wikipedia available: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_feed_aggregators.
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Tremendous additions to the Speakers roster include
Rachel Botsman (UK/AU) Global Thought leader on the collaborative economy
Gillian Tett, (UK/US) US managing editor of the FT
James P. (Jim) Keane (US) President and CEO of Steelcase Inc.
Kevin Roberts (UK/US) Executive Chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi, and Head Coach Publicis Groupe
James Manyika (ZW/US) Director, McKinsey Global Institute
Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño (ES) Dean Instituto de Empresa Business school
Gianpiero Petriglieri (IT) Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD
John-Christopher (JC) Spender, UK/US Research Professor, Kozminski University
With the previous NL we had already announced Sherry Turkle,
and Adi Ignatius.
Continuing to harvest intellectual capital from the Drucker Forum 2014
Enjoy the innovative talk show type closing session for the Forum 2014 moderated by Adi Ignatius with five minutes concluding
talks of key speakers such as Clay Christensen, Rita McGrath, Gary Hamel, Nilofer Merchant, Dov Seidman, Tammy Erickson and Martin Wolf);
we have segmented them so that you can watch them individually - please use this
Listen to the 3rd BBC program that was produced at the Forum - an
interview of Gary Hamel by Peter Day.
We'll be shortly launching the Global Peter Drucker Challenge 2015
Don't miss out on what a last year's contest winners have experienced first-hand at the 2014 Global Drucker Forum
Reading List from past 12 months and Upcoming Books
Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age
by Sherry Turkl (available October 6, 2015)
Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader
by Herminia Ibarra
The Management Shift: How to Harness the Power of People
and Transform Your Organization For Sustainable Success
by Vlatka Hlupic