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...
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.
After creating a synthesis of Drucker's ideas, practices and principles, Cass Canfield, Jr. of HarperCollins, suggests selling the synthesis on audio cassettes and in paperback as an introduction to Drucker's management ideas and philosophy.
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.
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...
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.
China; Computers; Demographic transition; Global economy and development; Knowledge workers; Manual workers; Women consumers
Edited notes from Drucker's talk focusing on six major developments that will determine the success of a country, industry, company, and individual to Drucker School alumni. Contains original handwritten edit marks.
Business; Business Japan; Letters; China; Economy and society; Europe; Manual workers; Nonprofit organizations; Teacher-student relationships; United States - Politics and government
Frances Hesselbein of the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management faxes a copy of Drucker's remarks on "The New Priorities" that was presented to the Economic Club of Washington on November 14, 1991. Contains handwritten note.
Archives; Claremont Graduate University; Research libraries; Special Events; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; McAleenan, Andrea C., 1944-; Beatty, Jack; Pollard, C. William; Buford, Bob; Stone, Nan Dundes; Hesselbein, Frances; Welch,...
The program from the inauguration of the Peter F. Drucker Archives and Research Library on 1998 May 15.