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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tentative Schedule

 

9:00—9:15

Welcome and introductionsJohn Terrill (Director of SPU's Center for Integrity in Business)

 

Framing the Questions and Understanding Drucker

     
"Drucker and Management"
 

9:15—9:30

Bill Pollard (by video)
Chairman of Fairwyn Investment Company;
Former Chair and CEO, ServiceMaster

  

“Management as a Liberal Art: The Question and Practice”
 

9:30—10:15

Joseph Maciariello

Director of Research, Drucker Institute, and Horton Professor of Management at the Peter Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Business, The Claremont Schools

  

10:15—10:45

Table discussions followed by Q&A with Maciariello

     

10:45—11:15

Break

 

Resetting the Objectives

     

11:15—11:45

Al Erisman—The Purpose of Business

     

11:45—12:00

Q&A

     

12:00—1:00

Lunch and discussions

 

Dealing with the Reality of Practice: Practitioner Perspective

     

1:00—1:20

Gloria Nelund

     

1:20—1:40

Steve Tourek

     

1:40—2:00

Shundrawn Thomas

     

2:00—2:30

Break

 

Implications for Business Schools

     

2:30—3:15

Panel discussion involving Joseph Maciariello and the three practitioner speakers:  Common themes, key learnings, implications for business schools

     

3:15—4:00

Academic response.  What did we learn?  What would this mean for the classroom?  Research questions, curriculum ideas?  What are next steps for us as a community of Christian educators?

     

 

Table discussions with report-outs and summary — Gerhard Steinke, chair

     

4:00—4:15

Closing challenge by Al Erisman

  
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