In the final part of the forum, Laurent Choain, the HR Director of Mazars group gives the conclusion to the forum.
Drucker Forum 2014 – Launch Event- Second panel- Releasing the creative energies in companies.. Should we change our management models?
The second panel of the day on the topic of “Releasing the creative energies in companies.. Should we change our management models?” was animated by Johan Roos, the Dean and CEO and Professor at Jönköping International Business school. He began by outlining that is was a question of willingness and ability to make changes in society. He then gave each of the 5 members of the panel a 5 minutes introduction to their talk.
Drucker Forum 2014 – Launch Event: First Panel. Overcoming bureaucracy: innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector.
The first panel is moderated by Frédéric Monlouis-Félicité, the director general of the Institut de L’Entreprise. The topic of discussion is “Overcoming bureaucracy: Innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector. The panel consists of Yves Doz (INSEAD), Jean-Paul Delevoye (Conseil Economique et Social), Riel Miller (UNESCO), and Marc Schwartz( Mazars).
Yves Doz, the Professor emeritus in INSEAD gave the introduction to the Drucker forum, and began by putting management ideas within their context. 30 years ago everyone was talking about 3M and the fact that they gave 15% of work time to the employees to work on different projects. Today, there is talk of Google and their flexible work practices. However, it is essentially the same thing. Continue reading
Richard Straub began by thanking Sophie for the welcome and for hosting the event. He introduced the Peter Drucker society pointing out that it was a not for profit organization and that he was delighted to have a member of the Peter Drucker Family in the audience. Continue reading
At the Peter Drucker Launch Event Forum, hosted at Canal Plus in Paris, Sophie Guieysse, Director of Human Resources of Canal Plus opened the event by welcoming the 90 attendees.
BOOK REVIEW: “Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die” by Chip Heath & Dan Heath (2010)
Did you know that the Great Wall of China is the only man-made object visible from space? You did? It’s not true. It’s what´s known as an urban myth. These are so stories that are so popular that they have become ingrained in our culture, and become retold throughout the world. In Made to Stick, Chip and Dan Heath explain why some of these stories ‘stick.’