Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Tables of contents; Books; Authorship; Management; Strategy; Leadership; Creative ability; Teams in the workplace; Technology; Knowledge workers
Peter Drucker writes Atsuo Ueda, of the Keizai Koho Center, saying that he is sending him parts of "Management Challenges for the 21st Century." The letter contains edits.
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Buford, Bob; Church; Leadership; Medical care; American Management Association; Clergy; Professional employees; Volunteers; Quality control
Peter Drucker writes Bob Buford, chairman of the board, and chief executive officer, of Buford Television, Inc., summing up the day they shared discussing the creation of a new mode by Evangelicals. The letter contains edits.
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; General Electric Company; Operations research; Professional employees; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This letter is from Mel Hurni to Peter Drucker. It discusses the theory building work that Drucker did for Hurni. Hurni explains adjustments he would like Drucker to make so that the examples will be more suitable to his purposes. One such...
Letters; Archives; Nonprofit organizations; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Radio programs; Books; Wall Street journal; Meetings; Authorship
Dick Kazan writes Diane Wallace, of the Peter Drucker archives, reminiscing about his meeting with Peter Drucker in 1995. He shares that during this time, he had a business talk radio show on KABC/KMPC in Los Angeles, and had read two of Drucker's...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Kimizuka, Yoshirō, 1921-; Management; Authorship; Responsibility; Travel; Kosiol, Erich, 1899-; Liberman, E. G. (Evseĭ Grigor'evich); Soviet Union
The commentary on the copies of documents which were part of Yoshirō Kimizuka's speech delivered at the annual meeting of the Accounting Theory Association on October, 22, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan.
Public relations; Peru; Scholarships; Sears, Roebuck and Company; Society for Advancement of Management; South America; Letters
In a letter to James Worthy, Drucker stresses the importance of public relations in Peru, especially of foreign-owned enterprises such as Sears, Roebuck and Company. He discusses the status of Peru's population, the influence of other...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Books; Authorship; Publishers and publishing; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Weather; Economy and society; Communities; Communism; Business enterprises; Knowledge workers; Information technology;...
Peter Drucker writes Atsuo Ueda, executive director of the Institute of Technologists, saying that he has attached the introduction to volume 3 of "The Essential Drucker." In the introduction, Drucker discusses his past work and his interest in...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; De Kluyver, Cornelis A.; Claremont Graduate University; Teaching; Universities and colleges; Fund raising; Lectures and lecturing; Scheduling; Archives; Endowments; Executives; College...
Cornelis A. "Kees" de Kluyver, the Henry Y. Hwang Dean and Professor of Management at Claremont Graduate University, writes Peter Drucker discussing Drucker's teaching for the next year, a proposal for ongoing administrative support following the...
This document describes the planning steps to hold a reception given in honor of Peter Drucker as a way of introducing the Cooperative For Assistance & Relief Everywhere, Inc. (CARE) Corporate Council to the New York corporate community in an...
Interviews; Letters; Church; Management; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Priests; Nonprofit organizations; Ordination of women; Leadership; Audiocassettes; Advisory boards; Buford, Bob; Voluntarism
Dolly Patterson, director of communications of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, writes Sidney E. Harris, dean of the Peter Drucker Graduate Management Center saying that she is sending him interview materials. A special issue number...
Law & society;
In this audio recording, Peter Drucker’s methods are discussed in “The Limits and Ethics of Social Responsibility.” The narrator begins by talking about how to take leadership roles in society. He describes the accountability and...
Ethics - United States - Anecdotes;
In this audio recording, Peter Drucker’s methods are discussed in “Management and the Quality of Life.” The narrator begins by talking about the relationship between private and public ethics. He describes contributions that businesses can...
In this audio recording, Peter Drucker’s methods are discussed in “The Ethics of Responsibility.” The narrator begins by talking about how business is run in communist countries. He discusses inflation, and how it can be both an effective...
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Corporations; Books; General Motors automobiles; General Motors Company; General Motors Corporation; Sloan, Alfred P. (Alfred Pritchard), 1875-1966; Big business; Management; Decentralization in...
This recording is a summary of "The Concept of the Corporation". A narrator gives the summary of the book, including the 1983 epilogue, followed by a conversation with Peter Drucker. The book's main points are discussed, including some of the...
United States - Politics and government;
In this audio recording, Peter Drucker’s methods are discussed in “Business and Government.” The narrator begins by talking about the specific jobs of a manager. He describes a model for the government-business relationship. He discusses...
Bob Buford tells Drucker he is leaving a useful legacy and suggests cultivating it. After Buford's discussion with Tom Luce, Luce suggests creating a vehicle for the purpose of administering Drucker's work.
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...