St. Gallen Institute of Management Symposium

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St. Gallen Institute of Management Symposium

Programme 46th St. Gallen Symposium

Wednesday, 11 May

MORNING AND AFTERNOON (LEADERS OF TOMORROW)

from 08:00

Leaders of Tomorrow

Special Programme for Leaders of Tomorrow participating in the St. Gallen Symposium 2016 focussing on

Programme

the topics Future of human capital and Future of innovation

Key corporate partners join the Leaders of Tomorrow on Lake Constance to develop new approaches and

ideas in a Market Place for Ideas concept.

EVENING (CIRCLE OF BENEFACTORS)

from 18:00

Dinner

Dinner and lounge entertainment for the members of the Circle of Benefactors

Chairman’s speech: Peter Voser (CH), Chairman, St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies

Dinner speech: Xavier Bettel (LU), Prime Minister of Luxembourg

Thursday, 12 May

MORNING

08:00 – 08:15

Welcome

Chairman: Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach (GB)

Conferenciers: Priscila Bala (BR) and Bree Romuld (AU), members of the St. Gallen Symposium

Leaders of Tomorrow Community

08:15 – 08:30

The case for slower growth –

Prof. Tim Jackson (GB), Professor of Sustainable Development, University of Surrey

but how?

08:30 – 09:00

The case for faster growth –

Markus J. Beyrer (AT), Director General, BUSINESSEUROPE

but how?

Luca Visentini (IT), General Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation

Topic Leader: Nina dos Santos (GB), London Anchor, CNNMoney View, CNN International

09:00 – 09:10

Address by the Vice President of

Doris Leuthard (CH), Vice President & Federal Councillor of the Swiss Confederation

the Swiss Confederation

09:10 – 10:00

Economic growth: what

CHAN Chun Sing (SG), Minister, Prime Minister’s Office of Singapore

governments can, should

Doris Leuthard (CH), Vice President & Federal Councillor of the Swiss Confederation

and should not do

Sachin Pilot (IN), Former Minister for Corporate Affairs of India & President, Rajasthan Pradesh

Congress Committee

Topic Leader: Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach (GB)

Break

10:30 – 11:30

Future growth: the tops and

Nils Smedegaard Andersen (DK), Group Chief Executive Officer, A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S

the flops

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe (AT), Chairman of the Board of Directors, Nestlé S.A.

Baron David de Rothschild (FR), Executive Chairman, Rothschild & Co Group

Christoph Franz (DE), Chairman, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd

Topic Leader: Andrew Hill (GB), Management Editor & Columnist, The Financial Times

11:30 – 12:00

One-on-One

Cesar Purisima (PH), Secretary of the Philippine Department of Finance

Topic Leader: Stephen Sackur (GB), Presenter HARDtalk, BBC News

Lunch

Leaders of Tomorrow Corner: Transform Decision Making!

Discussion of the Global Perspectives Barometer 2016

ST. GALLEN SYMPOSIUM – DUFOURSTRASSE 83 – P.O. BOX 1045 – 9001 ST. GALLEN – SWITZERLAND

AFTERNOON

13:30 – 14:45

Work Sessions and

Work Sessions, Block 1 (see page 4)

Background Session

Background Session: Impact investing & private wealth: a marriage for catalytic action tackling the

world’s sustainability challenges?

Falko Paetzold(CH), Research Affiliate, Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts

Institute of Technology

Patrick Scheurle (CH), Chief Executive Officer, BlueOrchard Finance Ltd

Antonis Schwarz (DE/GR), Impact Investor

Topic Leader: Prof. Thomas Dyllick (CH/DE), Director, Institute for Economy and the Environment

University of St. Gallen

Break

15:15 – 16:30

Work Sessions

Work Sessions, Block 2 (see page 5)

Break

EVENING

17:00 – 17:40

Rise of the robots

Martin Ford (US), Entrepreneur & Author, Solutionsoft

Topic Leader: Andrew Hill (GB), Management Editor & Columnist, The Financial Times

17:40 – 19:10

St. Gallen Wings of Excellence

Expert Panel: Marcela Escobari (US/BO), Executive Director, Center for International Development,

Award: what are alternatives

Harvard University; Thebe Ikalafeng (ZA), Founder & Group Chief Executive Officer, Brand Leadership;

to economic growth?

Clare Woodcraft-Scott (GB), Chief Executive Officer, Emirates Foundation

6 ideas put to the test

Topic Leader: Riz Khan (GB), International Journalist

The top six contributors to the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award pitch their ideas to an expert panel.

Subsequently, the awardees will be selected by the Award Jury of the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award

and announced on Friday, 13 May 2016.

19:10 – 19:20

Wrap-up Thursday

Conferenciers: Priscila Bala (BR) and Bree Romuld (AU), members of the St. Gallen Symposium

Leaders of Tomorrow Community

from 19:30

A night on campus –

Food, content & entertainment

a feast for all senses

20:15, Main Building: A conversation with Larry Harvey

Larry Harvey (US), Co-Founder & Chief Philosophic Officer, Burning Man

Topic Leader: Stephen Sackur (GB), Presenter HARDtalk, BBC News

21:15, Auditorium: A conversation with Tidjane Thiam

Tidjane Thiam (CI/FR), Chief Executive Officer, Credit Suisse Group AG

Topic Leader: Nina dos Santos (GB), London Anchor, CNNMoney View, CNN International

The official evening programme will be followed by the Open House Night Σ Γ Σ.

ST. GALLEN SYMPOSIUM – DUFOURSTRASSE 83 – P.O. BOX 1045 – 9001 ST. GALLEN – SWITZERLAND

Friday, 13 May

MORNING

08:30 – 08:35

Welcome

Conferenciers: Priscila Bala (BR) and Bree Romuld (AU), members of the St. Gallen Symposium

Leaders of Tomorrow Community

08:35 – 08:45

St. Gallen Wings of Excellence

Presentation of the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award by the President of the Award Jury

Award Ceremony

Prof. Georg F. von Krogh (NO), Professor of Strategic Management and Innovation, ETH Zurich

08:45 – 09:45 The so-called “Panama Papers” – a view from the inside

Eyda Varela de Chinchilla (PA), Vice-Minister for Finance of the Republic of Panama Topic Leader: Stephen Sackur (GB), Presenter HARDtalk, BBC News

Break

10:15 – 11:15

Emerging markets: a beacon

Prof. Danny Leipziger (US), Managing Director, Growth Dialogue

of hope faltering

Leslie Maasdorp (ZA), Chief Financial Officer, New Development Bank

Parminder Vir (GB), Chief Executive Officer, Tony Elumelu Foundation

Felix Zhang (GB), Executive Director, Envision Energy

Topic Leader: Prof. Simon Evenett (GB), Swiss Institute for International Economics, University of St. Gallen

11:15 – 12:00

Migration: the bigger picture

Fabrice Leggeri (FR), Executive Director, Frontex

Dambisa Moyo (GB), International Economist & Author

Topic Leader: Prof. Christoph Frei (CH), Associate Professor, School of Economics and Political Sciences,

University of St. Gallen

Lunch

Leaders of Tomorrow Corner: Lunch with the awardees of the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award

AFTERNOON

13:30 – 15:00

Work Sessions and

Work Sessions, Block 3

Background Session

Background Session: 6 months after Paris

Markus Seiler (CH), Head, Swiss Federal Intelligence Service

Bruno Stagno Ugarte (CR), Deputy Executive Director for Advocacy, Human Rights Watch

Charles Thépaut (FR), Political advisor, North Africa and Middle East Directorate,

French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development

Sarah Turine (BE), Deputy Mayor of Molenbeek, Brussels

Topic Leader: Misha Glenny (GB), Author

Break

15:30 – 16:30

Brexit – Europe’s fateful

Mark Boleat (GB), Chairman of the Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation

moment

Prof. Gary Gillespie (GB), Chief Economic Advisor, The Scottish Government

Topic Leader: Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach (GB)

16:30 – 17:30

The global economic outlook

Kevin Lu (CN), Distinguished Fellow, INSEAD & Partner and Member of the Global Executive Board,

Partners Group

Kathy Matsui (US), Global Investment Research, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd.

Topic Leader: Nina dos Santos (GB), London Anchor, CNNMoney View, CNN International

17:30 – 17:45

Wrap-up Friday &

Conferenciers: Priscila Bala (BR) and Bree Romuld (AU), members of the St. Gallen Symposium

presentation of the ISC Team

Leaders of Tomorrow Community

from 18:00

A taste of summer

Buffet & After Party

ST. GALLEN SYMPOSIUM – DUFOURSTRASSE 83 – P.O. BOX 1045 – 9001 ST. GALLEN – SWITZERLAND

Work Sessions 46th St. Gallen Symposium

Thursday, 12 May, Block 1: 13:30 – 14:45

SPEAKER

TOPIC LEADER

TITLE

Nils Smedegaard Andersen (DK), Group Chief

Andrew Hill (GB), Management Editor &

Infrastructure as a growth generator – the

Executive Officer, A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S

Columnist, The Financial Times

corporate perspective

Markus J. Beyrer (AT), Director General,

Nina dos Santos (GB), London Anchor, CNNMoney

Can Europe be successful without industry?

BUSINESSEUROPE

View, CNN International

Carlo d’Asaro Biondo (IT/FR), President EMEA

Stephen Sackur (GB), Presenter HARDtalk, BBC

Technology drives growth and innovation

strategic relationships, Google

News

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe (AT), Chairman of the

Riz Khan (GB), International Journalist

Water

Board of Directors, Nestlé S.A.

CHAN Chun Sing (SG), Minister, Prime Minister’s

Pranjal Sharma (IN), Consulting Editor,

Do city-states have any chance to grow well

Office of Singapore

Businessworld

without growing bad and ugly in the new

world order?

Baron David de Rothschild (FR), Executive

Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach (GB)

Family businesses – the pros and cons

Chairman, Rothschild & Co Group

Prof. Gary Gillespie (GB), Chief Economic Advisor,

Peter Fischer (CH), Economics-Editor-in-Chief, Neue

Inclusive Growth – Scotland’s approach to

The Scottish Government

Zürcher Zeitung

achieving the best of both worlds

Prof. Tim Jackson (GB), Professor of Sustainable

Peter Day (GB), Global Business Correspondent,

Prosperity without growth – foundations for the

Development, University of Surrey

BBC News

economy of tomorrow

Mari Kiviniemi (FI), Deputy Secretary-General,

Prof. Klaus Wellershoff (CH), Chairman of the Board

Moving beyond GDP: towards Inclusive Growth

OECD

of Directors, Wellershoff & Partners Ltd.

Adrian Orr (NZ), Chief Executive Officer,

Viswa Sadasivan (SG), Chief Executive Officer,

Responsible growth

New Zealand Superannuation Fund

Strategic Moves

Cesar Purisima (PH), Secretary of the Philippine

James Chau (GB), Special Contributor, China

The Philippine growth story – an update after the

Department of Finance

Central Television

elections

Tidjane Thiam (FR/CI), Chief Executive Officer,

Leslie Maasdorp (ZA), Chief Financial Officer, New

The imperative of long-term thinking

Credit Suisse Group AG

Development Bank

Eyda Varela de Chinchilla (PA), Vice-Minister for

Simon Evenett, Director, Swiss Institute for

Panama is not just about the papers

Finance of the Republic of Panama

International Economics, University of St. Gallen

Luca Visentini (IT), General Secretary, European

Gerhard Schwarz (CH), Author & Columnist

Public Investment, internal demand, social

Trade Union Confederation

dialogue: ‘unusual’ factors for a new narrative on

sustainable growth

ST. GALLEN SYMPOSIUM – DUFOURSTRASSE 83 – P.O. BOX 1045 – 9001 ST. GALLEN – SWITZERLAND

Work Sessions 46th St. Gallen Symposium

Thursday, 12 May, Block 2: 15:15 – 16:30

SPEAKER

TOPIC LEADER

TITLE

Prof. Monika Bütler (CH), Professor of Economics,

Prof. Klaus Wellershoff (CH), Chairman of the Board

Basic income – a base for growth?

University of St. Gallen

of Directors, Wellershoff & Partners Ltd.

Christoph Franz (DE), Chairman, F. Hoffmann-La

Prof. Omid Aschari (AT), Managing Director,

Big data – the future has just begun

Roche Ltd

SIM-HSG, University of St. Gallen

Michael Hankel (DE), Member of the Board of

Prof. Peter Vogel (AT), Assistant Professor for

Growth – the good, the sustainable, and

Management, ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Technology Entrepreneurship, University of

the exciting

St. Gallen

Larry Harvey (US), Co-Founder & Chief Philosophic

Prof. Dieter Thomä (DE), Professor of Philosophy,

Growth – the good, the bad, the ugly, and

Officer, Burning Man

School of Humanities and Social Sciences,

the sublime

University of St.Gallen

Mitsuru Izumo (JP), President, euglena Co., Ltd

Prof. Yoshinori Imai (JP), Visiting Professor,

Beyond shareholders’ supremacism to

Ritsumeikan University

environmental friendly capitalism

Prof. Danny Leipziger (US), Managing Director,

Pranjal Sharma (IN), Consulting Editor,

Are we stuck in a growth trap and if so, what to do

Growth Dialogue

Businessworld

about it?

Andrew Mullinger (GB), Co-Founder, Funding Circle

Peter Day (GB), Global Business Correspondent,

Marketplace lending – an agent for growth or a

BBC News

zero sum game?

Carlo Ratti (IT), Director, MIT Senseable City Lab &

Prof. Christoph Frei (CH), Associate Professor,

The senseable city

Founding Partner, Carlo Ratti Associati

School of Economics and Political Science,

University of St. Gallen

Jamie Tuuta (NZ), Maori Trustee & Chief Executive

James Chau (GB), Special Contributor, China

Inclusive Growth – what is true economic success?

Officer, Te Tumu Paeroa

Central Television

An indigenous New Zealand perspective

Mathis Wackernagel (CH/US), President, Global

Prof. Thomas Dyllick (US), Director, Institute for

Growth is magical: a magical pyramid scheme or a

Footprint Network

Economy and the Environment, University of

magical route to prosperity?

St. Gallen

Danny Zheng (CN), Vice President, DJI Innovations

Viswa Sadasivan (SG), Chief Executive Officer,

Creating and leading a booming industry – how

Strategic Moves

the world’s largest manufacturer of civil drones

manages triple-digit annual growth rate

Adrien Briod (CH), Co-Founder & Chief Technology

Andres Barreto (CO), Founding Partner,

Break-through innovations: smart solutions

Officer, Flyability SA

Socialatom Group

delivered by the young

Alex Goad (AU), Co-Founder, Reef Design Lab

Katarina Ilic (CA), Head of Research and

Development, Voltera, Inc.

Joe Landolina (US), Founder, President & Chief

Executive Officer, Suneris, Inc.

They are members of the St. Gallen Symposium

Leaders of Tomorrow Community.

ST. GALLEN SYMPOSIUM – DUFOURSTRASSE 83 – P.O. BOX 1045 – 9001 ST. GALLEN – SWITZERLAND

Work Sessions 46th St. Gallen Symposium

Friday, 13 May, Block 3: 13:30 – 15:00

SPEAKER

TOPIC LEADER

TITLE

Mark Boleat (GB), Chairman of the Policy and

Riz Khan (GB), International Journalist

Brexit – the City of London view

Resources Committee, City of London Corporation

Jacques de Watteville (CH), State Secretary, Swiss

Prof. Thomas Bieger (CH), President, University of

Challenges ahead for Swiss-EU relationship: could

Federal Department of Finance

St. Gallen

it get bad and ugly before it gets good?

Martin Ford (US), Entrepreneur & Author,

Peter Day (GB), Global Business Correspondent,

The rise of artificial intelligence: implications for

Solutionsoft

BBC News

jobs and the economy

Guido Fürer (CH), Group Chief Investment Officer,

Prof. Klaus Wellershoff (CH), Chairman of the Board

A recipe for growth: unlock the long-term investor

Swiss Re

of Directors, Wellershoff & Partners Ltd.

asset base

Fabrice Leggeri (FR), Executive Director, Frontex

Prof. Christoph Frei (CH), Associate Professor,

Moving towards a European Border and Coast

School of Economics and Political Science,

Guard

University of St. Gallen

Kathy Matsui (US), Global Investment Research,

Aiko Doden (JP), Senior Commentator, NHK

Is Abenomics dead? – can women save Japan?

Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd.

(Japan Broadcasting Corporation)

Dambisa Moyo (GB), International Economist &

Peter Fischer (CH), Economics-Editor-in-Chief,

Economic growth has stalled – let’s fix it

Author

Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Stephan Rietiker (CH), Chief Executive Officer,

Michael Dillhyon (CH), Entrepreneur & Investor

Digital health – cloudy the future is

LifeWatch

Rick Ridgeway (US), Vice President of Public

Andrew Hill (GB), Management Editor &

How can businesses still prosper in a new economy

Engagement, Patagonia

Columnist, The Financial Times

of constraint resources and no growth?

Jan Schoch (CH), Founder & Chief Executive Officer,

Heinrich Christen (CH), Partner, Ernst & Young AG

FinTECH changes the world – how any global com-

Leonteq Securities AG

pany can benefit from digitised financial solutions

Lord Robert Skidelsky (GB), Professor of Political

Ivan Adamovich, Head of Private Banking Interna-

How much is enough?

Economy, University of Warwick

tional & Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Noten-

stein La Roche Private Bank Ltd

Parminder Vir (GB), Chief Executive Officer,

Pranjal Sharma (IN), Consulting Editor,

Africa’s future belongs to its entrepreneurs

Tony Elumelu Foundation

Businessworld

Clare Woodcraft-Scott (GB), Chief Executive Officer,

Nina dos Santos (GB), London Anchor, CNNMoney

Navigating the complexities of the 21st century –

Emirates Foundation

View, CNN International

engaging youth in the Arab World