Making Monday Different
The Drucker Institute Forums are among the most exclusive executive gatherings in the world. The Drucker Institute hosts these invitation-only events several times each year at its facility on the campus of Claremont Graduate University in Southern California.
Each Drucker Institute Forum brings together two dozen top-level executives to focus on a single topic that is immediately relevant to their work. Participants engage in high-velocity, self-directed exercises that integrate Drucker’s timeless wisdom with peer-to-peer coaching and cutting-edge adult learning design. The success of the experience is judged by how well it helps each participant answer the challenge that Drucker gave his own consulting clients: “Don’t tell me you had a wonderful meeting with me. Tell me what you’re going to do on Monday that’s different.”
For example, Costco’s Jim Sinegal took part in a Drucker CEO Forum, where one of the main topics of discussion was shaping organizational values and culture. Immediately following the event, Costco’s senior executives met to review employee compensation. They wound up giving a raise to 43,000 front-line workers. “This happened because it came right on the heels of the meeting in Claremont,” Sinegal says.
If you have been invited to a Drucker Institute Forum and would like logistical information, please contact Jamie Jones at [email protected] or 909‑607‑9212.