Since its inception in 1981, the yearly gathering of the Tällberg Foundation has been at the heart of its activities - the Tällberg Workshops between 1981 and 2004, and the larger Tällberg Forum since 2005. Each year new important question have been raised to further the conversation about the whole.
Past Tällberg Forum themes from 2011 back to 2005
2012 - How on Earth can we live together? Beyond our imagination
2011 - How on Earth can we live together? How can we agree
2010 - The 5th Global YES Summit - Rework the world
2009 - How on Earth can we live together, within the planetary boundaries?
2008 - How on Earth can we live together? In search of the common sense
2007 - How on Earth can we live together? Learn to live to learn
2006 - How on Earth can we live together? Getting serious
How on Earth can we live together? Exploring frameworks for global sustainable interdependence
Past Tällberg Workshop themes from 2004 back to 1981
2004 – Defining the Tällberg Forum 2005
2003 – The futures we want : How can we make them co-exist?
2002 – What can be globally governed – and not?
2001 – Leadership in a networked world
2000 – The contradictions of leadership
1999 – Global business and global institutions
1998 – Human rights and the free market
1997 – Freeing the spirit, creativity at work
1996 – Preparing for the 21st century
1995 – Preparing for the neo-industrial knowledge society
1994 – Nations in reconstruction and the change of work
1993 – Making the transition: Moving into the new logics of value
1992 – Creating the corporate culture
1991 – Industry in transition
1990 – Learning from the young
1989 – Management of transition
1989 – From vision to action
1988 – Productivity and the changing pattern of investments
1987 – How postindustrial will the future be?
1986 – The role of ethics in corporate development
1985 – The manager as educator
1984 – Management of transition
1983 – The match between manufacturing and services
1982 – The need for reindustrialization
1981 – The future of fuelling transportation in north-western Europe