EUROPE: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, North Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, (Turkey), Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican City...SPECIAL THANKS 2020 TO EUROPE'S LIVESMATTER.CITY coalition: barcelona rome oxford-glasgow vienna
2020q1 when vaccine is born how can it be marketed so 7.5 billion
livesmatter?
2020q2 from zoomuni.net- how can students and teachers help celebrate advancing sdgs on 75th year of UN

The Economist's entrepreneurial revolutions 49th annual league table of places sees barcelona and vienna playing most critical roles as tipping points of sdgs collapse unless we get back to understanding 90% of innovations advancing human lot start small deep and long in communi8ty or family lab not 90 day extraction mba thrones. Hong MOng takes over as startup epicentral in spite of western fake media to contrary
timelines of
worldclassbrands -what if purpose of brand leaders will exponentially determine success or failure of our final 40 year examination in species sustainability -launched in 1988 with a series in the economist - year of brand, death of brand manager- what needed to die as the world united around death of distance technolgues was the advertising paradim of battling for minds with a different brand for every new product and in every different language- what would be the mos importnant new geres of brands? places? faiths? big data local platforms - how would adam smith and james watt quarter of a century 1760-2010 morph into humanising moore machine intel than human as we entered 4G and 5G decades: back in 1960s alumni of moore had promised 100 times more computation power every decade 0g 1970s onwards - thats an exponential of trillion times moore by end of 2030 than needed to code moon landing- such power depended on trust in collaboration around globalistion's most purposeful brand leaders as well as integration of community sized enterprise value chains if sustainabity golals were to be a united reality not just a greenwashing game

universityofstars -what if world class sporting leagues prepped uber champoins- once you're too old to stay top of the pops in sports song or beauty, what if you already know an sdg leader you want to share your and her alumni with
-launched 2004 in delhi with 100- gandhians after seeing some early reality tv competitions as well as writing up 184's story of the critical deadlines of morphing digital and pre-digital media to be the sustainably deepest of both not the socially most trivial -more

Fascinating to track with hudson institute how many european countries have given up with the official advice of mr trump on building g5 and are letting carriers just do it with whomever offers the best deal washington dc technology's biggest leap -breaking 14 nov - many nations and continents are racing into 2020s with probably the biggest innovation crisis ever du8e to greed of governments spectrum auctions at $G #G- failure to let the peoples use 5g video would 5G exist without china -discussion welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

looks like another european forum where academics (the problem wherever they dont action solutions with millennials) debate problems

DAY 1 – November 5

Conference Chair:

Andrew Hill
Associate Editor and Management Editor,
Financial Times
7:15 – 8:15
Check-in
8:30  JESUIT HALL
Opening

Time (TBD)  JESUIT HALL

PLENARY 1

Entering the Brave New World of Digital - Disruption as the New Normal?
  • What is the new world we see emerging with the digital revolution?
  • Are we at an inflection point?
  • Does this one differ from previous technology "revolutions"?
  • Will automation kill manual and knowledge jobs?
CHAIRJulia Kirby, Editor-at-large, Harvard Business Review
SPEAKERSTom Davenport, Distinguished Professor in Management and Information Technology at Babson College
Charles-Eduard Bouée, CEO Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Holding
Mårten Mickos, Silicon Valley entrepreneur; former CEO of MySQL

Time (TBD)  Jesuit Hall

PLENARY 2

What does a Technology-Driven World Mean for Management?
  • Are traditional management principles still valid?
  • Or does it need a fundamental makeover?
  • How to cope with increased speed, uncertainty and complexity?
  • Big Data- blessing or threat?
CHAIRAdi Ignatius, Editor-in-chief, Harvard Business Review
SPEAKERSHenry Mintzberg, Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at McGill University   
Rita Gunther McGrath, Associate Professor of Management at Columbia Business School    
JC Spender, Research Professor at Kozminski University and writer

Time (TBD)  Jesuit Hall

PLENARY 3

How the Internet Economy Changes the Rules
  • Sharing economy, collaborative consumption, on-demand Platforms?
  • Undermining competitive markets with networks effects?
  • Winner-take-all?
CHAIR
SPEAKERSRachel Botsman, Founder of the Collaborative Lab and author
Robin Chase, Entrepreneur; Founder & former CEO of Zipcar; Co-founder of Veniam             
James Manyika, Director, McKinsey Global Institute

//////////////////////////////////// Networking Lunch - Meet the Authors & Book signing ///////////////////////////////////

Time (TBD)  JESUIT HALL

PLENARY 4

Creativity, Intuition and the Algorithm
  • Work organization and a creative space in a world of Big Data and algorithms?
  • Using technology for liberating rather than constraining human capacity?
CHAIRBill Fischer, Professor of Innovation Management at IMD
SPEAKERSTammy Erickson, Adjunct Professor at London Business School; CEO Tammy Erickson Associates
Kevin Roberts, Executive Chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi
Thomas Wedell –Wedellsborg, Partner, The Innovation Architects

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// COFFEE BREAK/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
- 18:00

PLENARY 5

Leaders versus Technocrats: Creating the "Good Society"?
  • What leadership competencies in a time of radical change?
  • How should leaders stem the technocratic tide?
  • How can they ensure that technology remains the servant, not the master?
CHAIRSantiago Iñiguez de Onzoño, President IE University and Dean of IE Business School           
SPEAKERSClaudio Fernández-Aráoz, Senior Adviser at Egon Zehnder                                               
Gianpiero Petriglieri, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD
Rosanne Somerson, President, Rhode Island School of Design

20:00 – 23:30

GALA EVENING

                    Drucker Challenge Awards 2015 presented by
Sapthagiri Chapalapalli, Director Central Europe, Tata Consultancy Services                          
Deepa Prahalad, Head of the Judging Panel, Drucker Challenge Contest
http://www.druckerforum.org/2015/the-event/preliminary-program/day-2-november-6/

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