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; Kantrow, Alan M., 1947-; Public relations consultants; Wall Street journal; Letters
Drucker feels he is not the right person to write on a subject he is not the inventor of in the Wall Street Journal. He also suggests that James Worthy contact Alan Kantrow, a senior editor, at the Harvard Business Review, to get Worthy's article...
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...
Authors and publishers; Hospitality; Peru; Sears, Roebuck and Company; Letters
Drucker thanks Don Bunting, President of Sears Roebuck del Peru, for his kindness and hospitality in Lima. He also mentions that he has sent him a copy of his book and hopes to get it published in Spanish soon. Contains handwritten note.
Authors and publishers; HarperCollins (Firm); Transaction Publishers; Letters
After promising Mary E. Curtis, of Transaction Publishers, new prefaces for the planned reissue of two of his books, Drucker states he is not sure how soon the books will be available because Harper Collins is still selling them.
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...
Cynthia Chang, of Commonwealth Publishing Co., Ltd., informs Drucker that the complex Chinese edition of his work, Peter Drucker on the Profession of Management, has won a Golden Book Award. Contains Drucker's response and his original signature.
Irving Louis Horowitz, the editorial chairman and president emeritus of Transaction Publishers, shares his thoughts of Drucker's book, The Future of Industrial Man. Contains Horowitz's original signature.
Brother Leo V. Ryan, C.S.V., professor of management at DePaul University, forwards a copy of an edited work, "Etyka Biznesu," which contains Drucker's contribution and was published in Poland. Contains Ryan's original signature.
Authors and publishers; Authorship; Letters; Gorbachev Foundation
Vladislav Inozemtsev writes that he will be responsible for financing "Svobodnaya Mysl" magazine as a co-founder and first deputy editor and sends Drucker copies of the magazine. Contains Inozemtsev's original signature.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Fundación Compromiso; Books; Costa, Nicolas J.; Authors and publishers; Copyright; Translating and interpreting
Peter Drucker writes to Carolina Biquard to discuss his book "Adventures of a Bystander" and its various editions and copyright issues. He suggests that she contact, Nicolas Costa, his literary agent in Buenos Aires, in order get more information...