As a social entrepreneur, Richard Straub founded in 2008 the Peter Drucker Society of Austria and in 2010 the Peter Drucker Society Europe. The Peter Drucker Society has as its mission to be a catalyst for the improvement of Management as a vital role in modern society. In this talk, Richard Straub is discussing the dawn of the Entrepreneurial Society.
In his 32 years with IBM Dr. Richard Straub has held key international executive functions such as Deputy General Manager for PC Europe and Global Chief Learning Officer. Since . 2006 he has started a new career working with non-profit organizations – as part time executive and as social entrepreneur. He is currently executive committee member at the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and Secretary General of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG). In addition he retained a strategic advisory role for the IBM Global Education Industry.
As a social entrepreneur he founded in 2008 the Peter Drucker Society of Austria and in 2010 the Peter Drucker Society Europe. He is the president of both. The Peter Drucker Society has as its mission to be a catalyst for the improvement of Management as a vital role in modern society.
As the crystallizing yearly event the Drucker Society organizes the Global Peter Drucker Forum in Vienna — the 6th edition will be held in November 2014.
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If there is a thought leader who anticipated a lot of the Next Society - up to the name itself - and shaped it against the prevailing zeitgeist of a shortening, but thus even more attractive business economics, it must be Peter Drucker. We are proud to bring into play his ideas and their receiving in the manifold discourses of organizational theory and management practice. This is made possible through our cooperation with the Peter Drucker Society, which trusses many of his continuative figures of thought and implements them in a social environment characterized by major upheavals, which Peter Drucker himself anticipated. We are delighted and grateful for the opportunity to become part of the international discourse by this interplay – a discourse which gathers the most important management thinkers of our time to exchange theories and thoughts.