Jonathan Club; Currency; Gold standard; Dollar, American; Retirement age; Knowledge workers; China
In this transcript of Peter Drucker’s speech, delivered to the Jonathan Club in 1967, Drucker discusses the changing world economy. He begins by discussing currency and the fluctuating value of the U.S. dollar. He goes on to discuss dropping...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Graduate students; Universities and colleges; College teachers; Kocka, Jürgen; Germany; Socialism
Peter Mantel, a student working on his dissertation in history, writes Peter Drucker describing his interest in the persecution of professors of "Betriebswirtschaftslehre" (or persons, who later became professors for "BWL" or management studies) by...
The United States Information Service in Skopje, Yugoslavia has sent a birthday greeting card to Peter Drucker and has organized a round table to attempt to solve some of the problems facing the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia.
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.