At the core of the agenda of the 2012 Drucker Forum lie key questions about the future of capitalism: How can the weaknesses of the system be repaired without crushing the innovative energies of free enterprise and competitive markets? And what is the role of managers in this transformation?
Nobel Laureate Dan Shechtman will open the conference with his vision of creating a more peaceful world through entrepreneurship. He will be followed by Roger L. Martin, one of the global leaders of the “Thinkers 50,” who will lay out the unintended consequences of an excessive focus on shareholder value and provide clues about improving capitalism. In contrast, Adrian Wooldridge from The Economist will defend the benefits of the maximizing-shareholder-value philosophy.
Lynda Gratton from London Business School, along with other leading academics, will delve into the future of management—Management 2.0. Leading executives from global companies will provide their views on the viability of the traditional corporate model and offer lessons from other models such as cooperatives and employee-owned enterprises. Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, will tackle whether business can be a force for good. The full morning of Day 2 will be dedicated to the rise of social business and social entrepreneurship.
The younger generation will have a voice at the Forum as well: The winners of the Drucker Challenge Essay Contest will be recognized at the gala dinner and express their views at a dedicated session moderated by Julia Kirby, an editor at large for Harvard Business Review.
The conference will be concluded by a fireworks of short “Vision Talks“ from leading thinkers: Umair Haque, Deepa Prahalad, Rick Wartzman, Roger L. Martin and Tammy Erickson.
Join us on November 15 and 16 in Vienna to participate in a global dialogue to shape the future of management and hence the future of society.
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|BACKGROUND ARTICLE Capitalism 2.0|
Renowed speakers, including
Klaus Buchleitner, AT
CEO of Raiffeisen Landesbank NÖ-Wien and Holding
Patrick de Cambourg, FR
Chairman of the Mazars Group
Martin G. Curley, IR
Director Intel Labs Europe, Vice President Intel Corporation
Patrick Deconinck, BE
Senior Vice President West Europe 3M
Doris Drucker, US
Board member, the Drucker Institute (video message)
Photographer: Katsuo Sugano
John A. Quelch, CN
Distinguished Professor of International Management,
Vice President and Dean, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and author
Marie Ringler AT
Country Director Austria and Central and Eastern Europe, Ashoka
Carl Henning Reschke, DE
Institute for Management Research Cologne
Thomas Sattelberger DE
Vice-President Board of Trustees, European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD)
Dan Shechtman, IL
Distinguished Proefessor Technion Israel Institute of Technology,
Department of Materials Science & Engineering 2011 Nobel prize laureate in Chemistry
Hayo Siemsen, DE
Ernst Mach Institut für Erkenntnistheorie
Peter Y. Solmssen, DE
Member of the Managing Board and General Counsel of Siemens AG
Alexander Triebnigg, BR
President Novartis Brazil
Johannes Weber, DE
Founder Social Venture Fund
Adrian Wooldridge, UK
Management Editor and "Schumpeter" columnist for The Economist.
Author of "Masters of Management"
Hossam Zeitoun, CH
Department of Business Administration, University of Zurich
Tammy Erickson, US
CEO Tammy Erickson Associates, consultant and author
Vicki B. Escarra, US
CEO of Opportunity International
Nicholas A. Fusso, US
Peter F. Drucker & Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management
Lynda Gratton, UK
Professor of Management Practice, London Business School and founder of the Hot Spots Movement. Author of “The Shift: The Future of Work is already Here“
Umair Haque, UK
Director, Havas Media Labs and author
Klemens Kalverkamp, DE
General Manager Grimme Landmaschinenfabrik
Georg Kapsch, AT
President Federation of Austrian Industries (IV)
CEO Kapsch AG
Bernhard R. Katzy, DE
Board Member Social Entrepreneurship Akademie; Founder and Professor CeTIM
Rita Klapper, FR
Associate Professor, Rouen Business School
Bill Liao, DE
XING co-Founder, Partner of SOS Ventures, Founder of WeForest
Roger L. Martin, CA
Dean, Rotman School of Management,
and author of “Fixing the Game: Bubbles, Crashes, and What Capitalism Can Learn from the NFL”
Kathleen Mazzarella, US
President and CEO, Graybar, fully employee owned FORTUNE 500 company
Paul Polman, UK
will discuss about the future of capitalism.
Organizer : Peter Drucker Society Europe
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