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    • The question of profit: to be or not to be

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Kimizuka, Yoshirō, 1921-; Japan; Economy and society; Management; General Motors Corporation; Economic development; Capitalism; Banks and banking; Letters; Books; Depreciation; Saving and investment;...
    • A reprint of the Report of Denkitsushin University, volume 16; 1965, entitled, "The Question of Profit: to be or not to be" by Yoshirō Kimizuka. Major contents include: letters to and from Drucker related to the title, and a brief analysis of the...
    • The changing world economy, 1997-11-06

    • 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...
    • Oral history interview of Bradley Jacobs, 1999-08-23, draft copy

    • Accounting; Aerojet-General Corporation. Von Karman Center. Life Systems Division; Business cycles; Business; Conflict management; Mathematical models; McGregor, Douglas; Mechanics, Analytic; United States. Dept. of Defense. Independent Research...
    • One of two edited draft copies, with notes by Bradley Jacobs, of his oral history interview. Bradley Jacobs, former Orange County assessor, discusses his professional relationship with Peter Drucker and how Jacobs applied his theories in the...
    • Judge not, 1966

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Kimizuka, Yoshirō, 1921-; Profit; General Motors Corporation; Taxation; Corporations; Wages; Executives; Employee stock options; Liberman, E. G. (Evseĭ Grigor'evich); Soviet Union; Charts, diagrams,...
    • The 1966 volume 20 reprint of the report of Denkitsushin University entitled, "Judge Not" by Yoshirō Kimizuka and Peter Drucker. It includes a review by E. Liberman. The reprint contains an original "CGU Admissions" stamp.
    • Correspondence from Atsuo Ueda to Peter Drucker, 2000-07-18

    • Letters; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Authorship; Books; Translations; UNIQLO (Firm); Brand name products; Universities and colleges; China
    • Atsuo Ueda writes Peter Drucker saying that three copies of the draft of volume 3 is reaching him by airmail. He asks that Drucker add, delete, and change items he finds necessary. Ueda goes on to talk about the company "Uniqlo" and its factories...
    • Correspondence from Atsuo Ueda to Peter Drucker, 1998-10-01

    • Letters; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Books; Authorship; Publishers and publishing; Retirement; Nihon Keizai Dantai Rengōkai; Keizai Kōhō Sentā (Tokyo, Japan); Toyoda, Shōichirō, 1925-; Insurance; Universities...
    • Atsuo Ueda writes Peter Drucker discussing the projects he is working on and says that he will be retiring from Keidanren. Ueda explains the establishment of The Foundation for the Promotion of Crafts & Technology and his work at the foundation. ...
    • Notes from Peter Drucker's talk on the changing world economy, 1997-11-06

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Lectures and lecturing; Universities and colleges - Alumni and alumnae; Simon, Hermann; Money; Foreign exchange; Population; China; Computers; Accounting; Claremont Graduate University; Retirement;...
    • The notes from Peter Drucker's talk on the changing world economy to Drucker School alumni in Los Angeles. Peter Drucker says that the dollar is the worst major trade currency and that you have to know how to manage foreign exchange. He talks...
    • Correspondence from Peter Drucker to Masatoshi Ito, 2003-08-27

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Itō, Masatoshi, 1924-; Japan; Demography; Emigration and immigration; Population; Banks and banking; Saving and investment; China; Peasant uprisings; Iraq; Fish culture; Petroleum
    • Peter Drucker writes Masatoshi Ito, founder and honorary chairman of the Ito Yokado Group, with his thoughts on the main developments that will shape Japan and the world of 2010. He discusses demographics, commercial banking, China, mid-eastern...
    • IBM skytop conference transcript, 1955

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Watson, Thomas John, 1874-1956; International Business Machines Corporation; Catholic Church; Management; Economics; Free enterprise; Technological innovations; Technology; Scientific American;...
    • A transript from a conference Peter Drucker participated in in 1955.
    • Correspondence from Frances Hesselbein to Peter Drucker, 1992-01-06

    • 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.
    • Robert Monks lecture, Drucker alumni day 2000

    • Monks, Robert A. G., 1933-; Universities and colleges - Alumni and alumnae; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Claremont Graduate University; Claremont Graduate School; Stock exchanges; Stockholders
    • Robert Monks gives a lecture for Drucker Alumni Day 2000. He begins by introducing his own personal relationship with Peter F. Drucker. He talks about what a company can do to increase its market value. He discusses different company structures...
    • MacNeil/Lehrer news hour

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Management; Employees - Training of; MacNeil/Lehrer news hour; MacNeil/Lehrer Productions; Training; Majer, Chris; Ofshe, Richard; Nike (Firm); Ore-Ida Foods; General Motors automobiles
    • In the MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour entitled “Upward Bound,” Peter F. Drucker discusses his stance on motivational training programs in the work place. Leaders of the programs say they increase productivity at work by conquering the worker’s fears...
    • A day with Peter F. Drucker, volume XI, tape 2

    • Lectures and lecturing; Alumni and alumnae; Careers; Performance; Learning; Courtesy; Voluntarism; Work; Consumers; Manufactures; Contracting out; Quality and reliability
    • During Peter Drucker's talk entitled "Do You Know Where You Belong?" he discusses the dramatic increase in job mobility in the United States. During his lecture, he talks about: the employment of former Drucker students, knowing where and how to...
    • Correspondence from Wallace J. Campbell to Morgan Williams, 1982-01-27

    • CARE Inc.; Letters; Food supply; International relations; Medical care; Seminars; United States - Politics and government; Letters
    • Wallace J. Campbell, president of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere) sends Morgan Williams, president of the Cooperative League of the USA, information discussed at the Second Annual Peter Drucker Management Seminar for CARE.
    • The nonprofit Drucker: people and relationships: an interview with Charles Sykes

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Human services - United States - Management; Nonprofit organizations - United States - Management; Nonprofit organizations; Management; Management consulting; Business ethics; Personnel management
    • In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker interviews Charles Sykes in his audio book, “The Nonprofit Drucker.” This tape is part of the series, “People and Relationships.” Drucker begins by introducing Sykes as the head of the CARE mission, the...
    • New demands on the executive, 2002-01-26

    • Lectures and lecturing; Management; Education; Nonprofit organizations; General Electric Company; Strategic planning; Publishers and publishing
    • During Peter Drucker’s lecture regarding new demands on the executive he begins by discussing the way in which no one can explain the restoration of pre-1929 European and Japanese societies and economies. He explains that prior to World War II...

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