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.
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.
Jeffrey M. Cunningham of Forbes Magazine writes Drucker stating that transcripts and videotapes of his presentation entitled, "The CEO in the Next Millennium" at the 1997 Forbes CEO Forum have been requested numerous times. Contains Cunningham's...
Boschee, Jerr; Nonprofit organizations; Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management; Social entrepreneurship; Letters
Francis Hesselbein states the inception of the Alpha Center began with Peter Drucker and a small group of corporations that have provided management assistance, training and other services to entrepreneurs in the human services. Hesselbein further...
Craig D. Pedersen, executive administrator of the Texas Water Development Board tells Drucker that his work strongly guides the board's approach to organizational leadership and management. Contains Pedersen's original signature.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; CARE Inc.
A document detailing the program of the 8th Drucker seminar, including a session on the contributions and results of Cooperative For Assistance & Relief Everywhere, Inc. (CARE), a session on vision and change and a final session discussing...
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.
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.
Bob Buford, of the Buford Foundation, writes that he has attached an outline describing Drucker's influence after having been asked, "What has Peter Drucker done for you as a mentor?" by Elaine Grant, a senior editor of Inc. Magazine.