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    • The future of the corporation, 2003-07-11

    • Ability; Rich people; Demographic transition; Microsoft Corporation; Knowledge workers; General Electric Company; Contracting out; Mayo Clinic; India; Alliances; Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont), 1837-1913; Capital; Personnel management;...
    • Peter Drucker lectures about the future of the corporation. During his talk, he discusses: business novels, transformational and transactional costs, late 19th century business skills, affluence, the change in the corporation due to demographics,...
    • Oral history interview of Bradley Jacobs, 1999-08-23, final draft

    • Accounting; Aerojet-General Corporation. Von Karman Center. Life Systems Division; Business cycles; Business; Conflict management; Mathematical models; McGregor, Douglas; Mechanics, Analytic; Oral biography; United States. Dept. of Defense....
    • Bradley Jacobs, former Orange County assessor, discusses his professional relationship with Peter Drucker. Jacobs describes how he applied Drucker's theories in the public and private sector.
    • 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, contains corrections 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...
    • 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...
    • Correspondence from Peter Drucker to James Worthy, 1956-05-07

    • AMA/International; Congresses and conventions; Council for International Progress in Management (USA); Latin America; Sears, Roebuck and Company; Letters
    • Drucker advises James Worthy on hosting a Sears Management Conference to celebrate Sears' tenth anniversary in Latin America. He outlines the focus, format, and content of the meeting, and suggests possible speakers and attendants. Drucker also...
    • National Management Council award

    • American Management Association; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Association of Consulting Management Engineers (U.S.); Awards; Medals; Society for Advancement of Management
    • Drucker receives an award through the National Management Council for his contribution to scientific management in the international field.
    • Innovation: it's worth the risk

    • American Management Association; GTE Corporation; Travelers Insurance Companies; Digital Equipment Corporation; Management
    • Peter F. Drucker introduces the video, “Innovation: It’s Worth the Risk,” which was produced by the American Management Association. Drucker discusses America as an entrepreneurial society. He talks about how existing businesses are...
    • American Marketing Association award

    • American Marketing Association; Awards; Plaques, plaquettes
    • Drucker receives the Paul D. Converse award for his outstanding contribution to the science in marketing for his work, "The Practice of Management," by the American Marketing Association. The plaque is dated 1975.
    • Correspondence from Ronald G. Greenwood to Connie

    • Archival materials; Letters
    • Ronald G. Greenwood, the F. James McDonald Professor of Industrial Management at the GMI Engineering & Management Institute, tells Connie he has a tape for the Drucker Archives. Handwritten letter contains Greenwood's original signature.

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