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).
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Drucker Forum 2014 – Launch Event: First Panel. Overcoming bureaucracy: innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector.
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
At the Peter Drucker Forum 2013, Adrian Wooldridge, Management Editor of The Economist, led the panel discussion concerning issues of Effectiveness and Complexity in Public Policy. The five panel speakers were, Yves Doz, Professor of Technological Innovation at INSEAD, John Elvidge, Chairman of Edinburgh Airport and former permanent secretary to the Scottish Government, Michael Hallsworth, Senior Policy advisor at Cabinet Office UK, Mikko Kosonen, President of The Finnish Innovation Fund, and Ben Ramalingam, Independent Consultant of Overseas Development Institute.
On the second day of the 2013 Peter Drucker Forum, Yves Doz, Solvay Chaired Professor of Technological Innovation at INSEAD, looked at the existing challenges that governments face in an increasingly complex world.