On behalf of Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc. (CARE), Philip Johnston, Ph.D, executive director of CARE, congratulates Drucker for reaching his 80th birthday. Contains original signature.
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.
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.
Bachmann, John W.; Management; Oral biography; Porter, Michael E., 1947-
John Bachmann, Managing Partner of Edward Jones, discusses his interaction with Peter Drucker and how Drucker helped his management team. Bachmann considers Drucker the most important source when it comes to the subject of management.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Greenwood, Ronald G.; Worthy, James C.; Hawaii; Japan; Korea (South); Wall Street journal; Academy of Management; International Business Machines Corporation; Authorship; Motion pictures; China;...
This is a letter to Peter Drucker. It was most likely written by Ronald Greenwood, but has no signature. The author writes of Drucker's prediction years before that almost every home in America would have a computer someday. He also mentions his...
Hoping to give a manuscript copy to Theodore Houser before his departure, Drucker encourages James Worthy to distribute the attached manuscript draft to several typists to expedite the process. Contains Drucker's original signature.
Organizational behavior; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Professional employees; Management; Management by objectives; American Management Association; McGregor, Douglas; Industrial engineering; International Business Machines...
This is a publication by Organizational Dynamics from the Spring of 1974. It has four articles by various authors and an interview with Peter Drucker conducted by Dr. William Dowling. The entire booklet discusses MBO (Management by Objectives) or...
Industrial relations - United States;
Management by objectives - Programmed instruction;
Management by objectives
In this audio recording George Odiorne talks about his audio book, “Objective-Focused Management.” This is the second part of a two-part discussion entitled “Managerial Strategy for Long Term Achievement.” He begins by describing what to...
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; American Management Association; Business; Consumers; Manufacturing industries; Markets; Marketing research; Performance; Perception; Management; Knowledge and learning; Diagnosis; Design; Revenue;...
This is the second part of a recording by AMACOM about Peter Drucker’s book, “Managing for Results.” In this segment the narrators discuss how to know what a business is, what it should be, and how to bridge the gap. They explain the...
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005;
American Management Association;
Teams in the workplace;
Education - Curricula;
This is a publication by AMACOM, a division of the American Management Association from February 1977. It was included with the audio book, “The How-To Drucker.” The entire booklet provides information on other AMACOM publications on...