Peter Drucker Challenge essay contest 2011
The second edition of the “Global Peter Drucker Challenge”, an international essay contest for students, young managers and young entrepreneurs, had the overarching theme “Management, What is it Good For ?” The essays touched on a diverse range of topics, but were universal in their plea for « Management with a Human Face ».
The winners were chosen by an international jury composed of business strategist, consultant and co-author of “Predictable Magic” Deepa Prahalad; John Peters, director of strategy and publishing at GSE Research Ltd. and editor of the journal “Management Decision”; and management consultant Elizabeth Haas Edersheim, author of
“The Definitive Drucker”.
Drucker Challenge Winners 2011
We are pleased to announce the 2011 Drucker Challenge winners:
Wasima Khan (The Netherlands)
"Humanizing the law of business corporations for good management practices"
Camillo von Müller (Switzerland)
"When Management Is not Self Centered. Where Peter Drucker and Milton Friedman Agree on the Business of Business"
Micah Stefan Dagaerag (Philippines)
"Creating Shared Value with Shared Value"
Jason Vinck (Canada)
"Dragons of Industry: Nicomachean Ethics and Modern Management"
Sebastian Denef (Germany)
"The Second Step: Learning from Firefighters about Good Management"
Jared M. Hansen (US)
"Good Management Matters in Remembering What Makes Organizations Great"
Julia Fan Li (United Kingdom)
Matthew Seely (The Netherlands)
"Managing the 21st Century Millworker"
Maximilian Lackner (Austria)
"Raising Right Realities"
Mohammad Ashiquzzaman (Bangladesh)
"Management & Human Civilization: Past, Present, and Beyond"
Paul Pöltner (Austria)
"Management in a global, connected world of individuals"
Kidus G.Mehalu (Ethiopia)
"Social Responsibility and Managerial Ethics -A Focus on MNCs"