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AIRC3:  Ashridge International Research Conference 2013

An intimate multidisciplinary international conference linking select academics and professionals

2pm Friday July 19th - 4.30 Saturday July 20th
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     Multigenerational Challenges: integrating younger and older ages in the organisation:

         Cross-generational Working,  Wellbeing, Careers and Organisational Change

         Public Policy / Corporate Governance / International Business

         Technological Forecasting for Organisational and Social Change

2pm Friday July 19th - 4.30 pm Saturday July 20th
Ashridge Business School,
Berkhamsted, near London, UK
Come and share the Ashridge Experience
All-in conference/accommodation fee of 150
(a late bookers all inclusive fee of 250 will be applied from July 5th)

AIRC3 :  a short conference at an exceptionally low fee:
Executives, professionals and academics register now and share presentations and discussions on this very important subject.

Keynote speakers

o    Professor Cheryl Haslam,  Loughborough  University : Working Late: strategies to enhance productive and healthy environments for the older workforce

o    Professor Beatrice van der Heijden, Radboud University, Nijmegen & Open Universiteit in the Netherlands: Sustainable employability enhancement throughout the lifespan

o    Professor Phil Harris, University of Chester:  Public policy, power and public affairs on multi-generational working and talent management

o    Professor John Mahon, University of Maine - A Comparison of UK/Europe and the US  on attitude, strategy, policy and practice re cross generational working in the organisation
Opening Panel of Experts

o    Derek Browne, CEO, Entrepreneurs in Action (EiA)

o    Gordon Lishman, Former Director General Age Concern

o    Brendan Noonan, Vice President Group Learning/ Development, Emirates Airline Group

o    Philip Sadler, Tomorrow's Company and former CEO, Ashridge

o    Kai Peters (Chair), Dean & CEO Ashridge Business School
Conference Chairs:
Professor Carla Millar, Fellow Ashridge Business School / Professor, University of Twente
Dr Vicki Culpin, Dean of Faculty Ashridge Business School
Philip Mix, Director of Consulting Ashridge Business School
Programme Outline
Friday 19th July
14.00                     Opening of Conference
14.10                     Panel of Experts
15.30                     Break
16.00                     Conference Session A: Generation Y
17.15                     Keynote Address by Professor Cheryl Haslam
18.15                     Guided Tour of Ashridge Main House
19.00                     Editors' Clinic and discussion of Special Issues
20.00                     Conference Private Dinner

Saturday 20th July
09.30                     Conference Sessions B: Across the Ages; C: The Late Career
11.00                     Break
11.30                                    Conference Session D: The Future: New Ideas, New Models, Thinking outside the Box
13.00                     Lunch
14.00                     Keynote Addresses by Professor Beatrice van der Heijden,
                               Professor Phil Harris and Professor John Mahon
15.30                     Panel Discussion
16.15                     Closure of Conference


"Multigenerational Challenges: integrating younger and older ages into manAGEment and organisation"
  A superb programme covering some of:


1.    Cross-generational Working, Wellbeing, Careers and Organisational Change:

         novel approaches to leading and managing multigenerational workforces

         creative use of older generations

         talent management

         longer career transitions

         employee engagement: meaningful work and sustainable employability

         emotions and motivation in organisations

         cross-generational wellbeing in organisations and in organisational restructuring

         new theories and approaches to cross-generational mentoring and management

2.    Public Policy / Corporate Governance / International Business

         public policy for multigenerational occupational challenges

         stakeholder led strategy on managing the 'longer' generation

         corporate governance and the ageing generation

         flourishing in the 21st century - sustainable workplace growth and prosperity

         organisational reputation (public, private and non-profit) and effective  multi-stakeholder involvement

         global experiences of ageing and longer careers

         ageing and the MNC in developed and emerging markets

3.    Technological Forecasting and Organisational and Social Change
* The interaction of technology, ageing, wellbeing, the multigenerational workforce
* Generation Y and e-management
* Age related technological forecasting and social change

These topics are covered too in the conference-linked Special Issues of peer reviewed journals:
Submissions are invited for Special Issues of four peer reviewed journals to be guest-edited by Ashridge, and should be sent by Sept and Oct 2013.
See www.ashridge.org.uk/airc3
* Journal of Managerial Psychology
* Journal of Organizational Change Management
* Journal of Public Affairs
* Technological Forecasting and Social Change, an international journal

An intimate multidisciplinary international conference linking select academics and professionals
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Prof. dr. Carla C.J.M. Millar
Co-Chair AIRC3

Professor, International Marketing & Management
University of Twente
School of Management & Governance
PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands
0031 53 489 5355
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Fellow, Ashridge
Berkhamsted, Herts HP4 1NS, UK
0044 1442 84 1175
0044 20 7402 4700
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De Timmerij
Breestraat 38
3811 BK Amersfoort
The Netherlands
0031 33 462 7343
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