DRUCKER DAY 2013
The Creative Economy: Where Managers and Creatives Collaborate to Foster Innovation and Economic Value
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John Howkins | Author
The Creative Economy: How People Make Money From Ideas
The Creative Economy
New ideas, not money or machinery, are the source of success today, and the greatest source of personal satisfaction, too.
The creative economy is revitalising manufacturing, services, retailing and entertainment industries. It is changing where people want to live, work and learn – where they think, invent and produce.
The creative economy is based on a new way of thinking and doing. The primary inputs are our individual talent or skill.
John Howkins is a leading figure in the global development of these ideas. His book, ‘The Creative Economy’, published in 2001 and revised in 2007, was the first account of the new economy.
John Howkins & Co have developed the Creative Triangle and the Creative Audit. These enable companies and policy-makers to benefit from the new opportunities.
As one of the first great thinkers to define the creative economy, and chairman of BOP Consulting, John Howkins has advised global corporations, international organizations, governments, and individuals. He has worked in over 30 countries including Australia, Canada, China, France, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Poland, Singapore, UK and USA.
His business career has been spent in TV, film, digital media and publishing. He was associated with HBO and Time Warner from 1982 to 1996 with responsibilities for TV and broadcast businesses in Europe.
The afternoon's panel discussion consisting of distinguished executives from: Sony Computer Entertainment America, Mattel Inc. and NBC Entertainment at NBCUniversal will discuss the unique challenges and opportunities facing firms in the creative economy as they strive to select, develop and retain top talent.
Senior Vice president, Human Resources
Sony Computer Entertainment America
Executive vice President and chief Human Resources Officer
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
General Admission: $65.00
CGU/Drucker student: $10.00
if you are NOT a Drucker alumni or student, you will need to create a guest account to register.
Join us Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
This event is open to the public.
Please note: all registrations are final.