Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Hesselbein, Frances; Claremont Graduate School; Nonprofit organizations; Careers; National Executive Service Corps; Buford, Bob; Schubert, Richard F.; American Management Association
David A. Jones, co-founder and chairman emeritus of Humana, writes Tamara Keefe-Do, saying that he has enclosed a letter dated 1990 October 26 from Peter Drucker discussing concentration areas of his foundation. Jones' letter is handwritten and...
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Ellis, Charles D.; Smith, Rodger F.; Meetings; Art, Japanese; Consultants; Consulting firms; Research; Greenwich Research Associates; Banks and banking; Quality control; McKinsey and Company
Peter Drucker writes Charles D. Ellis, Allan Munro, John Rudy, and Rodger Smith, of Greenwich Research Associates, with a summation of the main topics discussed during their meeting. The letter contains notations.
Memorandum; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Greenwich Research Associates; Meetings; Smith, Rodger F.; Consultants; Consulting firms; Research
RFS writes a memorandum to AFM summarizing the key ideas he took away from his meeting with Peter Drucker. RFS probably refers to Rodger F. Smith and AFM probably refers to Allan F. Munro. The letter contains notations.
Memorandum; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Ellis, Charles D.; Smith, Rodger F.; Consultants; Consulting firms; Research; Greenwich Research Associates
John P. Rudy writes a memorandum to Charles Ellis, Allan Munro, and Rodger Smith, discussing the two topics that should be given priority attention, and a third agenda item for continuing reflection, based upon their session with Peter Drucker.
Drucker congratulates James Worthy on the publication of Big Business and Free Men. Drucker also mentions that he is working on a series of articles that he would like Worthy to view. Contains Drucker's original signature.
Claremont Graduate School; Economist Newspaper Limited; General Motors Corporation; Harvard Business School; Management consulting; New York University. Graduate School of Business Administration; Nonprofit organizations; Stanford University....
After reading a story about himself in the October 1, 1994 issue of The Economist, Drucker writes the editor, Bill Emmot, Esq., to show his appreciation, and clarify some statements made in the story.
Drucker feels a Japanese television taping will be great publicity for Claremont Graduate School's MBA program in Japan and receives notice that he will get assistance from an administrative assistant during the project. Contains Boland's...
CARE Inc.; Letters; Economic development; Organizational behavior
George H. Radcliffe, of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere), sends a memorandum to the executive staff highlighting the major issues that arose from the Drucker seminar. Memorandum contains handwritten notes.
Ralph Devone of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere), sends a memorandum to Phil Johnston, elaborating on the first agenda item proposed for the Drucker seminar. Memorandum contains handwritten note.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Kanter, Rosabeth Moss; Bennis, Warren G.
This is a special section of "New Management" dedicated to Peter Drucker. It includes a review of Drucker's contributions to the discipline and practice of management, written by Drucker himself. Then five responses follow, written by other authors...