Drucker on the Dial
A show on management and leadership where timely issues meet timeless principles. The Drucker Institute's Phalana Tiller hosts this hour-long, monthly interview program that focuses on management and leadership through a lens that is both timely and timeless. Well-known guests — executives, authors, academics and others — discuss topics that spring right from the headlines. At the same time, the conversation is informed by the teachings of Peter F. Drucker, described by BusinessWeek as "the man who invented management."
The program is available the second Friday of every month.
Author and Wharton professor Adam Grant, Chairman of Avon Products, Chairman of Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute at Northwestern University and former CEO of Campbell Soup Company Doug Conant, and Susan Wolf Ditkoff, the co-head of the Philanthropy Practice at the nonprofit consultancy The Bridgespan Group lend unique views to the role that giving plays in individual and organizational culture and performance.
Guests on "Drucker on the Dial" discuss the act of giving, and the role that giving plays in individual and organizational culture and performance.
Conversations with participants of the Drucker Institute Forum on Long-Termism discuss how to encourage more long-term thinking in the corporate community. Guests include: Lynn Stout of Cornell University, Jason Voss of the CFA Institute, Jack Bergstrand of Brand Velocity, Bill Densmore of the Rules Change Project, Miguel Padró of the Aspen Institute, Roger Martin of the University of Toronto, Rick Wartzman of the Drucker Institute and Michael Kleeman of the University of California at San Diego and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board.
A new episode of “Drucker on the Dial” with participants of the Drucker Institute Forum on Long-Termism is available today.
Phalana Tiller talks with an incredible group of international entrepreneurs at the 2013 Endeavor Global Entrepreneur Summit.
“Drucker on the Dial” guests discuss MOOCs—Massive Open Online Courses—and what they might mean for the future of education.