So it was possible, to create synergies and to increase the level of the annual forum for us”Beeson added. The list of keynote speakers is impressive proof that: Michael Diekmann, Chairman of the Board of Allianz SE will speak the words of welcome on Wednesday. “The outgoing Chief of staff of Deutsche Telekom AG, Thomas SACE, is devoted in his lecture the subject of sustainability in companies”. Also Charles O’Reilly (Stanford Graduate School of business) and Matthew Bothner of the ESMT lecture pulse. “In addition, Michael is fee, the Managing Director of the global coalition of aging”, refer to the main theme of the event. The presentation of the ESMT responsible leadership award is certainly the highlight of the event”to Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti by the German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble. Before Mario Monti became Prime Minister as well as economic and Finance Minister of Italy in November 2011, he was President of the prestigious Bocconi University in Milan.
The Ph.d. economists also held positions as Commissioner for the internal market, as well as European Commissioner for competition from 1995 to 2004. Mario Monti was a member of the first academic Board of ESMT. I am especially about the ceremony of the ESMT, because she passes such values to the next generation of leaders since its inception”, says Mario Monti. “Jeffrey Beeson itself is with multigenerational workforce as moderator of the opening panel of the Executive perspective on leading organizations” to act, on Thursday, June 14th along with Dr. Janet Hively is a presentation about the development of a leadership pipeline “for older employees. It says the generation question in the Centre again: how should executives developed and prepared for new roles If you are between 50 and 65? The 5th annual Forum has made it his mission, applicable to some of these questions responses to present and thus making a major contribution to the cultural
buecher.de looks at the best German films of the past year for the 63rd time the best German films of the year were honored on Friday night. The award was to the year 2004 in the hands of the Commission, the German film Academy decides since 2005, who leaves the gala evening as winning. A total disbursement of prize money of about three million, is what makes the German film award the most true cultural prize of the country. Overall winners were chosen 2013 in twenty different categories. Some surprise was also. A duel away it was eye level a long awaited evening at the Berlin Friedrich city Palace and the German film world looked at the same time the famous infamous duel between David and Goliath, the. The role of the supposed giant was Tom Tykwer’s 100-million production cloud Atlas”in the race. The collaboration with Andy and Lana Wachowski rejoiced advance on nine nominations.
Against the film was oh boy”by Jan-OLE Gersters, who came on eight ways and just even with 300,000 euro budget had to come out. That money is not always decisive, proved a total of six awards, where black and white half comedy, half to a Berlin student was awarded. These included inter alia the categories of best film and best Director, won as best actor Tom Schilling. The other suffering is disappointment and memories of a friend. Cloud Atlas”, must be considered in this respect, including Tom Hanks and Halle Berry, loser of the evening. Though there were five Lola’s for the confusing story time and the life, but rather in minor categories. The joy should be greater there when Barbara Sukowa. 25 Years ago, she won for Rosa Luxembourg”already a Lola.
Repeated this feat with their portrayal of Hannah Arendt”in the film by Margarethe von Trotta. “Also, Markus Imhoof, best documentary film more than honey”, and Werner Herzog, honor-Lola for his life’s work, satisfy can look back on the Friday evening. More information about all the winners and 2013 are the nominees of the Deutscher Filmpreis now in the online shop from buecher.de and in the blog. Press contact: Lucas Gutierrez junior Marketing Manager buecher.de GmbH & co. KG stone Ford 65 a D-86167 Augsburg phone: + 49 (0) 821 – 4502 – 132 fax: + 49 (0) 821-4502-299 mailto: about buecher.de: buecher.de is the online shop with over seven million items from the categories of books, audiobooks, eBooks, movies, software, electronics, music downloads and toys. Numerous price hits range from buecher.de and endearing to search the shop for bargains on the Internet. Customers get free shipping with your order and can choose the buecher.de shop without minimum order. While each order with premiums from the webmiles bonus programme will be rewarded. buecher.