Memorandum; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Greenwich Research Associates; Meetings; Smith, Rodger F.; Consultants; Consulting firms; Research
RFS writes a memorandum to AFM summarizing the key ideas he took away from his meeting with Peter Drucker. RFS probably refers to Rodger F. Smith and AFM probably refers to Allan F. Munro. The letter contains notations.
Memorandum; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Ellis, Charles D.; Smith, Rodger F.; Consultants; Consulting firms; Research; Greenwich Research Associates
John P. Rudy writes a memorandum to Charles Ellis, Allan Munro, and Rodger Smith, discussing the two topics that should be given priority attention, and a third agenda item for continuing reflection, based upon their session with Peter Drucker.
CARE Inc.; Letters; Economic development; Organizational behavior
George H. Radcliffe, of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere), sends a memorandum to the executive staff highlighting the major issues that arose from the Drucker seminar. Memorandum contains handwritten notes.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Letters; Management consulting; Smiddy, Harold F., 1900-1978
This letter is written by Peter Drucker for Mel Hurni. It consists of several comments about a memorandum that was written to Harold Smiddy to propose a writing topic for a book or article. Drucker believes he has chosen a good topic that could...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Newspapers; Universities and colleges; Keizai Kōhō Sentā (Tokyo, Japan); Wall Street journal
Atsuo Ueda writes Peter Drucker describing the purpose of the Foundation for the Promotion of Craft & Technology. He also includes his contact information. The copies of the WSJ and Financial Times were not uploaded.
Claremont Graduate School; College administrators; Letters
Dr. John D. Maguire, president of the Claremont Graduate School, announces the changes that the Graduate Management Center will implement to its students and faculty. Memorandum contains handwritten note.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Operations research; General Electric Company; Consulting contracts
This is an outline of the work Drucker agreed to do for the Operations Research and Synthesis Consultation Services. The agreement discusses compensations, objectives, and specific tasks he is expected to complete. The agreement is for consultation...
Ralph Devone of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere), sends a memorandum to Phil Johnston, elaborating on the first agenda item proposed for the Drucker seminar. Memorandum contains handwritten note.
This is a list of products made by Peter Drucker. They are connected to his Managing for Results book. There are two types of products, those Drucker considers easy to identify, and those he considers difficult to identify.
L. G. Strauss writes to W. J. Bartlett, R. J. Edmonds, R. A. Farone, M. J. Kwasek, S. MacAllister, S. Orzel, J. M. Reilly, J. Thompson, and D. S. Tunney, asking for their critical appraisal of Drucker's work, "Managing for Results."
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Classrooms; Business; Books; Case studies
This is a syllabus from MGT 393, Business and Society, being taught in the fall of 1997 by Peter Drucker at The Peter F. Drucker Graduate Management Center. This was a word document that was converted into PDF format. The syllabus is partially...
Letters; Upham, Steadman; Hart, Ann Weaver; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Gratitude; Claremont Graduate University; Universities and colleges; College administrators; College presidents; Business schools; Business students;...
Jack Shaw writes Stead Upham and Ann Weaver, of Claremont Graduate University, regarding Peter Drucker's letter dated 1998 March 8. Shaw writes that the attached letter had an emotional impact on him, and that there is an incredible amount of work...