Drucker Institute to co-host conference in Korea on social responsibility, June 16-17

The Drucker Institute will co-host a major conference titled “The Drucker Solution” in Seoul on June 16-17.

The conference—which is being led by the Drucker Society of Korea and co-hosted, as well, by the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management and the Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry—has been designated a Drucker Centennial event. The Centennial includes an array of activities around the globe to mark the 100th birthday of the late Peter F. Drucker, the father of modern management. (For more on the Centennial, including a full events calendar, please click here.)

The focus of the Korean conference will be on the management of ideas, people and the environment in a socially responsible, ethical and sustainable manner.

In true Drucker fashion, the conference has been designed to foster dialogue across sectors. Its aim is to help social entrepreneurs learn from those in the private sector, as well as help corporate CEOs and managers learn form successful nonprofits and social enterprises. Among the presenters at the event will be Drucker Institute Executive Director Rick Wartzman and Ira Jackson, dean of the Drucker School and a Drucker Institute board member.

For more on the conference, please click here.