“Management and Innovation Forum 2016” jointly organized by Peter F. Drucker Academy and Centennial College was successfully held on Dec. 13, 2016 at Graduate House, The University of Hong Kong.
The MOU signing ceremony for four parties including Peter F. Drucker Academy, Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, HKU SPACE, and Centennial College was taking place during the forum. Drucker Academy will work with partners to promote “Management as a liberal art” practice in greater China region.
Peter F. Drucker Academy signed the coopreration agreement with City University of Macau on 7th January in 2016, both institutes will join hands to promote the Drucker Executive Development Program (DRUCKER EDP), aiming at fostering the management abilities and skills of management executives of enterprises and organizations.
Peter. F. Drucker Academy aims at continuing the legacy of the “Father of Modern Management” Peter F. Drucker, advocates to spread the teaching of Drucker management theories and philosophy to governmental organizations, NGO and enterprises.
Should you have any enquires regarding the Drucker EDP programs, please call Peter F. Drucker Academy at (852) 2850-6620 or City University of Macau at (853) 8590-2744 , (853) 8590-2746.
Mr. Walter Tsui
Founder of "careER"
Ms. Smile Cheung
Founder of “Smile Training” and senior media professional
The Peter F. Drucker Academy joins hands with Centennial College on presenting the Business Management Radio Program “Management as a Liberal Art”, and it is on air from 9pm-10pm every Sunday night.
We are honored to have management expert, Dr. Royce Yuen, and Vice-President of a multinational corporation, Ms. Ruthia Wong, as our guest hosts for the program. Each episode we would invite an outstanding senior executive and prominent figure from different fields in Hong Kong to be our guest speaker, who will share with us on their ups-and-downs in their remarkable careers, and how they deal with the ever-changing market environment.
This week, besides Founder of “Smile Training” and senior media professional Ms. Smile Cheung, we have also invited Founder of “careER” Mr. Walter Tsui as our guest speakers. Although Walter was born with rare eye disease, he overcame the inborn obstacles and successfully graduated with BSc in Economics from Hong Kong Chinese University. Nevertheless, his career development was greatly hindered by his eye condition, this experience drove him to establish “careER”, a social enterprise providing job-matching and career counseling services to young professionals with physical disabilities. Walter would share with us on both difficulties and gains that he came across along the way of running "careER", and call for local companies to give those young professionals job opportunities.
The interview will be broadcasted this Sunday on April 23rd.
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