Innovation and entrepreneurship will continue to expand in the future across borders, because of the existence of these six circumstances: global market conditions, entrepreneurial mindset, eroding confidence in established institutions, shifting business environment, international collaboration and environmental/technological advancements.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 9, 2009
Mona Pearl, Founder & COO of BeyondAStrategy, a Chicago based global business development firm will be presenting at the 1st Global Peter F. Drucker Conference in Vienna, Austria. This is a major event taking place at his birthplace and marking his centennial. Her thought leadership paper on "Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Global Economy" discusses how the concepts of innovation and entrepreneurship first introduced by Peter Drucker in America in the 1980s have evolved and changed in the last twenty five years and what implications these concepts have in a current and future global marketplace.
"Innovation and entrepreneurship will continue to expand in the future across borders, because of the existence of these six circumstances: global market conditions, entrepreneurial mindset, eroding confidence in established institutions, shifting business environment, international collaboration and environmental/technological advancements.", says Mona Pearl, Founder & COO of BeyondAStrategy.
Ms. Pearl states that systematic innovation had a place in 1980s corporate America, yet, so many other innovation and entrepreneurial practices have sprouted up around the world. The time has come to herald in a new era of innovation and entrepreneurship and apply the practices the way they best serve future needs of society and global companies, as well as the changing global economic conditions.
Ms. Pearl offers a snapshot and compares three countries known for innovation: U.S., Switzerland and Israel. These are also ranked by number of start-ups, the top three countries are U.S. (#1), Israel (#2), and Switzerland (#3). The innovative strengths and challenges of three distinctive countries, all with comprehensive ratings provide further insight to innovation and entrepreneurial potential in the global marketplace.
In her summary, Ms. Pearl is offering a forecast/look into the future on global innovation and entrepreneurship and its role in the global economy.
This conference will feature top speakers from the Economist, Proctor & Gamble, INSEAD, IMD, Newsweek, and Philip Kotler of Kellogg.
Ms. Pearl founded and operated 3 successful businesses and will share from her experience in global entrepreneurship & innovation. From operations to organization to top line growth strategies, Mr. Pearl initiated and executed cost effective and creative opportunities for companies to make money.
Ms. Pearl lived in three continents, and her language abilities include: English, French, German, Hebrew, Rumanian and Spanish. She was quoted by Microsoft, Crain's Chicago, Entrepreneur.com, and interviewed by other media on global issues and strategies. She is a frequent speaker at global related conferences, has co-authored two published books and is a contributing editor on global competitiveness in Manufacturing Today and US Business Review magazines.