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Overall, the 5th Annual Drucker Forum was a wonderful gallop through brain candyland for me. My synapses were constantly firing whether through the affirmation of my way of organizational leadership thinking or through the growth of new ideas and knowledge. This review only skims the surface of speakers, discussions and ideas. The combination of academics, practitioners, authors and rock stars permitted the sessions to be highly relevant for a cerebral Canadian like me. No one keynote was more than 20 minutes, which further fuelled the amount of content that was at the ready. Audience participation through Q&A was prevalent across all sessions. The gala dinner on Thursday night was world-class and I had the fantastic good fortune of sitting next to Thierry Grange of the Grenoble School of Management where he and I gabbed about the state of the world for 60 minutes straight. (Apologies to those sitting next to us)
Approaching the mandatory company retirement age of 65, Goldmark left CBS Laboratories in 1971, and formed Goldmark Communications, where he pursued research on the use of communication technologies to provide services like teleconferencing and remote medical consultations to people in rural areas. Funded by the . National Science Foundation in the early 1970s, the "New Rural Society Project" was housed at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Conn., and conducted pilot studies across the state in Eastern Connecticut's relatively rural Windham region . In 1969 he was awarded the David Sarnoff Medal by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers . In 1972, he was recognized for his leadership in the field of technology innovation by the Industrial Research Institute when presented with the illustrious IRI Medal .