Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Books; Publishers and publishing; Translations; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-
Peter Drucker writes Atsuo Ueda saying that there are a number of publishers who are interested in "The Essential Drucker" and asks Ueda for an acceptable fee for the work that he put into the volumes. The letter contains edits.
American Management Association; Organization theory; Letters
After reading James Worthy's paper on organization structure, Drucker asserts his preference to distinguish managerial autonomy based on an independent business unit, from managerial autonomy created purely by administrative decision.
Lectures and lecturing; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Rhetoric; Automobiles; Periodicals; Television; Computers; Welch, Jack, 1935-; General Motors Corporation; Technology
Peter Drucker lectures about the information-based organization. During his talk, he discusses: rhetoric, the importance of identifying the right questions, automobile dealers and the Ford Model T in the early 20th century, television and...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Japan; Books; Banks and banking; Publishers and publishing; Gratitude; Weather; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-
Peter Drucker writes Atsuo Ueda, executive director of the Institute of Technologists, saying that he fully approves of the proposed cuts of "The Essential Drucker." Drucker explains that the assumption is that the readers of his book have a fair...
Business; College teaching; Oral biography; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Gold, Bela
Edited draft, xerox copy of the oral history transcript of Bela and Sonia Gold interview. Former professors of the Peter F. Drucker Management program at the Claremont Graduate School, Sonia and Bela Gold, discuss their professional and personal...