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 asks John C. Shaw, Dean of the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management to contact Dr. Guido Stein, the Secretario General of the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain, who is interested in Drucker's work. Drucker also informs...
International Rescue Committee; Management; Refugees; Letters
Leo Cherne, the executive director of the Research Institute of America, Inc., discusses the historical role of the International Rescue Committee in Eastern Europe and other areas and how management is badly needed in those places. Contains...
Authorship; Lectures and lecturing; Speeches, addresses, etc.
Drucker is the 28th lecturer in The Claremont Colleges Annual Lecture Series. In his published informal talks, "Why We Are Not Making Much Progress," Drucker identifies three major misunderstandings of environmental advocates and problems...
Atsuo Ueda writes John C. Shaw, special assistant to the president of Claremont Graduate University, stating that he is delighted and honored to write his story and is preparing to set up a new college for future technologists.
Bob Buford, of the Buford Foundation, writes that he has attached an outline describing Drucker's influence after having been asked, "What has Peter Drucker done for you as a mentor?" by Elaine Grant, a senior editor of Inc. Magazine.
Letters; International relations; Nonprofit organizations; United States - Politics and government
After hearing Drucker speak before the Economic Club of Washington, Anthony Downs, senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, encloses a copy of points that made the greatest impression on him. Contains Downs' original signature.
Letters; Claremont Graduate School; Hospitality; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
Jonathan W. Palmer, director of corporate relations for the Peter F. Drucker Graduate Management Center, writes Shinichi Uesaka, production supervisor for Diamond, Inc. detailing Uesaka's visit to Claremont, California. Contains Palmer's original...