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Peter Drucker Special Lecture: Management-Verantwortung und Regulierung

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German and English language

Die jüngste Finanzkrise hat das bedeutende Spannungsfeld zwischen formalen Regulierungen und dem, was man als verantwortliches Management bezeichnen kann, aufgezeigt. Nach Peter Drucker müssen Manager zunächst ihr Kerngeschäft verantwortlich und somit zukunftssicher betreiben, ohne dabei anderen wissentlich Schaden zuzufügen. Manager agieren jedoch nicht in einem Vakuum – sie sind den Marktkräften und den Kapitalmärkten ausgesetzt. Wie weit kann man den Managern vertrauen, dass Sie diese Verantwortlichkeit ernst- und wahrnehmen? Wo endet die Wirksamkeit von einengender Regulierung und wo beginnt zukunftsorientiertes und verantwortliches Handeln von Managern? Was ist die richtige Balance zwischen aus Regulierung und Selbstkontrolle unter Abwägung von Chancen und Risiken?

Vortragende

Former Chief Executive Officer, Royal Philips Electronics, Oisterwijk Abstract Key Note
CONFLUENCE OF EVENTS
" Reagan (81-89), Thatcher (79-90)
" Fall of the Berlin Wall (89), collapse USSR communism, birth of oligarch-capitalism
" Deng Xiaoping (78): rise of capitalist superpower China
" End of apartheid South Africa
" Emergence BRIC countries 90 s

resulting in

NEO-LIBERALISM
" Euphoria
" Laissez faire: deregulation
" Liberalisation, privatisation, market economy
" Financial innovation: not cash, but debt is king. Leverage. Derivatives. Junk bonds. Dot.com bubble. Subprime mortgages
" Rise of Hedge Funds and Private Equity
" Shift from Stakeholders to Shareholders model, also in parts of continental Europe
" Americanisation of global business

CRISIS 2008: HOW COULD IT HAPPEN?
" USA-led euphoria led to unbridled financial capitalism. Self regulation proved to be a myth, regulatory authorities and rating agencies failed
" Relationships between governments and financial sector too interwoven, particularly in USA and UK. Rivalry financial centres London/New York
" Big financial institutions: too big to fail. Financial economy overshadows real economy
" Low interest rates, cheap and abundant money
" Human failings: personal greed became the dominant motivating factor, resulting in irresponsible corporate risk taking

For a more comprehensive analysis of the crisis see the superb documentary  Inside Job by Charles Ferguson, available on DVD.

THE WAY FORWARD
" Better regulation (slowly) put in place. But will it be sufficient? Will it not always be possible for ill-intentioned financiers to escape controls?
" What are the chances of changing the deeply seated feelings of self-righteousness, superiority and indispensability, prevailing widely in financial circles?
Member of the Board of Executive Directors, OeKB - Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG, Vienna
Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Austria GmbH and Cluster West, Vienna
Geschäftsführerin, Microsoft Österreich GmbH, Wien
Managing Director, SAP Österreich GmbH, Vienna
General Manager, Microsoft Österreich GmbH, Wien
Founder and President, Global Peter Drucker Forum, Vienna Chair

Jan Dirk TIMMER

Former Chief Executive Officer, Royal Philips Electronics, Oisterwijk

 Mr. J. Timmer joined Philips in 1952.
1963 Management of Philips, Ethiopia
1968 Head, Regional Bureau Tropical Africa, Netherlands
1970-1973 Corporate Staff Bureau, Philips
1973 Director, Corporate Staff Bureau, Philips
1977 Head of the Philips Activities, South Africa
1981 Member, Group Management, Polygram
1983 President and Chief Executive Officer, Polygram International Ltd
since 1987 Member, Group Management Committee, Philips
1987-1990 Chairman, Management of the Consumer Electronics Division, Philips
1990-1996 President, Philips Electronics
1990-1996 Chairman, Board of Management and Group Management Committee
1996 Retirement

Mag. Helmut BERNKOPF

Member of the Board of Executive Directors, OeKB - Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG, Vienna

1987-1994 WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
1994-1997 Manager, Corporate Finance, Bank Austria AG
1997-2000 Assistant Director, Head of Loan Syndications, Bank Austria Creditanstalt International, London
2000-2001 Executive Director, Head of Corporate Banking, Bank Austria Creditanstalt Romania S.A., Bucharest
2001-2004 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, HVB Bank Romania S.A. (previously Bank Austria Creditanstalt), Bucharest
2005-2006 General Manager, Head of CEE Division, Bank Austria Creditanstalt AG, Vienna
2007-2008 Deputy Chairman, UniCredit Bank, Russia (previously International Moscow Bank); Acting Chairman of the Management Board
  Executive Vice President, Head of Corporate and Investment Banking Austria, UniCredit Group
2008-2011 Member of the Management Board, UniCredit Bank Austria AG
2011-2012 Global Head of Private Banking UniCredit S.p.A., Senior Executive Vice President, Member of Business Executive Committee, UniCredit Group
  Senior Executive Vice President, Head of Commercial Banking
2013-2016 Member of the Management Board, UniCredit Bank Austria AG
since 2016 Member of the Board of Executive Directors, OeKB, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG, Vienna

Ing. MBA Johannes BISCHOF

Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Austria GmbH and Cluster West, Vienna

1980 Electrotechnology Vienna
1980 Research and Development lab project leader software development, ELIN
1984 Presales for software and solution projects, Ericsson
1986 Sales & sales management Austria and Russia
1993 Executive MBA Austria, USA, UK
1994 Salesmanager / Managing Director, Intercont/Semperit
1997 Managing Director, Software House, Softlab/Cirquent BMW Group
2000 Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Austria GmbH, Wien
2012 Managing Director, Cluster West Europe (Belgium, Germany, Netherlands), Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH, Langenhagen

Petra JENNER

Geschäftsführerin, Microsoft Österreich GmbH, Wien

 Petra Jenner has been General Manager of Microsoft Austria since 1 February 2009. She is in charge of 340 employees and is responsible for the Austrian partner business system, which includes over 5,000 companies and around 5 billion euros added value. Her motto is "do as you would be done by". Before joining Microsoft Austria Jenner, who was born in Germany, worked from early 2004 in the management of the Israeli-American security specialists Check Point Software Technologies in Munich, where she was Regional Director for Germany, Austria and Switzerland; in 2008 she also took over responsibility for other countries in northern Europe, making her manager of the largest region in Europe. A business management and computer science graduate, Jenner had previously been managing director of Pitoval GmbH in Munich, and gained further experience from the 1990s onwards in companies such as iMediation, Informix Software and Sybase. In her free time she likes to travel, dance, ski and do yoga. She is married and moved to Vienna at the beginning of 2009.

Dr. Andreas MUTHER

Managing Director, SAP Österreich GmbH, Vienna

 Studium der Wirtschaftsinformatik, Wien
 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Promotion zum Thema CRM, Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität St. Gallen
1998-2000 Vorstandsassistent des SAP-Gründungsmitglieds und Aufsichtsratsvorsitzenden Hasso Plattner, USA
2000-2001 Leitung, Sektor Prozess Manufacturing, Marktentwicklungs- und Umsatzverantwortung für Amerika und Lateinamerika, SAP Markets
2002-2007 Rückkehr nach Österreich, verschiedene Führungspositionen bei SAP (u.a. Aufbau des Mittelstandsegments)
2007-2008 Global Vice-President, Business Development Mittelstand, SAP
seit 2009 Managing Director, SAP Österreich GmbH

Georg OBERMEIER

General Manager, Microsoft Österreich GmbH, Wien

1984-1986 Projektmanager für Daimler Benz und BMW Nixdorf Computer GmbH, Salzburg and Munich
1986-1988 Softwareleiter für Klein- und Mittelbetriebe, Nixdorf Computer GmbH, Salzburg
1989-1990 Organisationsberater für Rechnungswesen, Kostenplanung, Bestellwesen und Produktionssteuerung, Nixdorf Computer, Boston U.S.A
1990-1992 Marketingleiter Industrie, Einzelhandel und Transport, Siemens Nixdorf Computer GmbH
1990-1995 Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
1992-1994 Marketingleiter Finanzinstitutionen, Siemens Nixdorf Computer GmbH
1994-1998 Sales Manager Personal Computers Austria, Siemens Nixdorf Computer GmbH
1998-1999 Unit Manager Computer Systems, Siemens Nixdorf Computer GmbH
1999-2001 Geschäftsführer, Fujitsu Siemens Computers Austria und CEE
2001-2002 Mitglied des Vorstands, Chief Technology Officer, Stage1.cc business incubator AG
2002-2008 Geschäftsführer, T-Systems Austria GesmbH
2008-2012 Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung, T-Systems Austria GesmbH
seit 2012 Geschäftsführer, Microsoft Österreich GmbH

Dr. Richard STRAUB

Founder and President, Global Peter Drucker Forum, Vienna

1984-1987 Director, PC Sales IBM Austria
1987-1992 Director, PC Unit, IBM Austria
1993-1994 Assistant General Manager, PC Marketing, IBM EMEA
1994-1995 Regional Director, PC IBM Central Europe and Russia
1996-1997 Director, IBM Global Marketing and Sales Institute, Belgium
1997-2001 Chief Learning Officer, IBM Global Sales and Distribution Group
2001-2005 Director, Learning Solutions, IBM EMEA
since 2006 Associate Director, Corporate Services EFMD
since 2006 Senior Adviser, IBM Global Education Industry
since 2006 Senior Adviser to the Chairman, IBM EMEA
since 2008 President, Peter Drucker Society Europe

Wirtschaftsgespräche

Timetable einblenden

30.08.2011

14:00 - 14:30EröffnungPlenary
14:30 - 16:00Marktwirtschaft und soziale VerantwortungPlenary
16:30 - 18:30Die Zukunft der Sozialen MarktwirtschaftPlenary
19:00 - 20:30Special Lecture: Freihandel und der neue ProtektionismusPlenary
20:30 - 23:00Empfang gegeben von SAP Österreich GmbH und dem Europäischen Forum AlpbachSocial

31.08.2011

09:30 - 11:00Der EU-Binnenmarkt - ein Beispiel für gute Regulierung?Plenary
11:30 - 13:00Wettbewerbs- und Regulierungsdefizite in ÖsterreichPlenary
14:30 - 17:30Arbeitskreis 14: Den Wandel im Tourismus bewältigen - Zukunftsfähige Strukturen schaffenBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 01: Wann ist Regulierung intelligent?Breakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 02: Economic Efficiency between Competition and RegulationBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 03: "Systemic" Enterprises under Supervision?Breakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 04: Kollaps der Transfergesellschaft? Wohin führt Umverteilung?Breakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 05: Visionen 2020: Wie wollen und wie können wir wirtschaften?Breakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 06: Live-Experiment: Eigenprofit oder Gemeinwohl?Breakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 07: Vorbild Manager? Erwartungen und MachbarkeitBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 08: AbgesagtBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 09: Nachhaltigkeit als ManagementprinzipBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 10: Das Kapital - Motor oder Übeltäter?Breakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 11: Die Zukunft der Arbeit zwischen Produktivität und GerechtigkeitBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 12: Das Steuersystem: Einfach gerecht (be-)steuernBreakout
15:00 - 18:00Arbeitskreis 13: Daseinsvorsorge: Bringt Liberalisierung Effizienz und Sicherheit?Breakout
19:00 - 20:30Peter Drucker Special Lecture: Management-Verantwortung und RegulierungPlenary
20:30 - 23:00Empfang gegeben von T-Mobile Austria GmbH und T-Systems Austria GmbHSocial

01.09.2011

09:30 - 11:45Europa im globalen WettbewerbPlenary
11:45 - 12:00SchlusswortePlenary