Drucker congratulates James Worthy on the publication of Big Business and Free Men. Drucker also mentions that he is working on a series of articles that he would like Worthy to view. Contains Drucker's original signature.
Hoping to give a manuscript copy to Theodore Houser before his departure, Drucker encourages James Worthy to distribute the attached manuscript draft to several typists to expedite the process. Contains Drucker's original signature.
Authorship; Education - Curricula; Letters; Worthy, James C.; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
Drucker agrees with James Worthy's curriculum and believes that the splintering of management learning is senseless. Drucker also states he is working on a book and congratulates Worthy on his "retirement." Contains Drucker's original signature.
Authors and publishers; Copy editing; Manuscript preparation (Authorship); Letters
Drucker thanks James Worthy for his manuscript and encourages him to find a first-rate copy editor and publisher. He suggests contacting Ann Adelman as a possible copy editor. Contains Drucker's original signature.
Authors and publishers; Authorship; Letters; University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus). Press
Drucker asks if James Worthy's daughter, Joan, has won re-election and delights at the news that the University of Illinois Press wants to publish Worthy's papers. Drucker states he is beginning a new book which will primarily be about emerging...
Drucker writes that he is sorry that he will not have the opportunity to participate in a discussion under the chairmanship of J.M. Juran due to a change in program of the National Management Council. He also shares his thoughts on Juran's...
Brent Bowers, the author of 1,000 Years, 1,000 People: Ranking the Men and Women Who Shaped the Millennium, sends Drucker a copy of the book which features him and asks Drucker to comment on his reaction. Contains Bowers' original signature.
Manuscript preparation (Authorship); Letters;Word processors; Publishers and publishing
James C. Worthy discusses developments of his biography on General Wood, as his entire manuscript has been "word processed." In addition, Worthy asks Drucker for assistance in coming up with a better title of the biography and has enclosed copies...
Letters; Authorship; Nonprofit organizations; University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus). Press; Publishers and publishing
James C. Worthy notes his appreciation for the copy of Peter Drucker's latest book on non-profit organizations. In addition, Worthy has sent a copy of a chapter that will be published in a volume entitled, "Management Laureates: A collection of...