Date: Wednesday, June 20, 16:30 - 18:00
Location: Oren 3 Hall
Management concepts that were once commonplace have been drastically changed. The information revolution compels today's managers to move from local management to global and from 'on-site' managing to operating by 'remote control'. Modern managers need to acquire skill-sets and abilities that were not needed in the past, such as the ability to respond quickly and in real-time; to efficiently utilize vast amounts of data; deal with frequent economic crises; and the ever-increasing desire among their workers to try and find meaning in what they do. Where is the management world of tomorrow headed? What are the challenges that it faces – in the local and the global arena, in the fields of finance and technology and the commercial and organizational realm? Senior Executives will sketch out their ideas of how to deal with the management challenges of the world of tomorrow.
Mr. Kevin Steinberg, USA: Chief Operating Officer and Corporate Secretary, World Economic Forum USA; Adjunct Professor, International Business School, Brandeis University; Board Member, Claridge Inc.; New Center for Arts and Culture; Member, New York Bar Association.
Mr. Pat Gelsinger, USA: President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Corporation; former first Chief Technology Officer, Intel Corporation; former Senior Vice-President, General Manager, Digital Enterprise Group, Intel Corporation. Author: The Juggling Act: Bringing Balance to Your Faith, Family, and Work (2008).
Dr. Judith Richter, Israel: Founder and CEO, Medinol cardiovascular stent innovator; Founder and Board Member, Microtech Medical Technologies Ltd., Oscillon Ltd., BioRest Ltd; Founder, MEDCON medical data management systems; former Faculty Member and Lecturer, School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University; Board Member, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ruppin Academic Center, Israel Democracy Institute.
Professor Asher Tishler, Israel: Dean, Faculty of Management, Director, Eli Hurvitz Institute of Strategic Management, Tel Aviv University; former Academic Director, Executive MBA Program, Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA Program, LAHAV – Executive Education; former Director, Israel Institute of Business Research; former Head, Economics-Management Program, Tel Aviv University; former Visiting Professor, University of Iowa.
Mr. James Turley, USA: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ernst & Young; Chair, Catalyst and National Corporate Theatre Fund; Co-Chair, Russia Foreign Investment Advisory Council; Member, President Obama’s Export Council; Member, Board of Directors, Boy Scouts of America; Member, Board of Trustees, Rice University.
Chairman and CEO of Ernst &Young.
The panel will be simultaneously translated into Hebrew and English.