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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...
    • 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.
    • A commentary on the copies of documents, 2006-03-25

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Kimizuka, Yoshirō, 1921-; Management; Authorship; Responsibility; Travel; Kosiol, Erich, 1899-; Liberman, E. G. (Evseĭ Grigor'evich); Soviet Union
    • The commentary on the copies of documents which were part of Yoshirō Kimizuka's speech delivered at the annual meeting of the Accounting Theory Association on October, 22, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan.
    • Note to Doris

    • Letters; Drucker, Doris; Love-letters; Travel
    • An original handwritten note to Doris sending her best travel wishes. The letter is signed "Peter," although it does not appear to be in Peter Drucker's handwriting. Doris probably refers to Doris Drucker. "From the desk of H. BAENNINGER" is...
    • Correspondence from Peter Drucker

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Drucker, Doris; Claremont (Calif.)
    • Peter Drucker writes a note to his beloved stating that he is inclined to stay in Claremont. His "beloved" probably refers to Doris Drucker. The note contains Drucker's original signature. A number is handwritten on the back of the letter.
    • Correspondence from Vinelle Pan to Peter Drucker, 2004-03-31

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Publishers and publishing; HarperBusiness (Firm); Translations; Books; Authorship
    • Vinelle Pan, from the rights department at Big Apple Tuttle-Mori Agency, Inc., writes Peter Drucker asking him about the translation rights of "The Daily Drucker." The letter contains Drucker's original handwritten response.
    • Friedrich Julius Stahl, 1933

    • Stahl, Friedrich Julius, 1802-1861
    • Peter Drucker's essay on Friedrich Julius Stahl, a leading German conservative philosopher, which offended the Nazi government. The pamphlet was banned and burned. An English translation is available here:...
    • Note from Peter Drucker, 1998-02-09

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Ritsumeikan Ajia Taiheiyō Daigaku; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Universities and colleges
    • Peter Drucker's note stating what Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University is going to integrate Asia through advanced education that promises to provide Asia with the human foundation for its economic success. The letter is handwritten. There is...
    • Correspondence from Jewelle Yamada to Ms. Acree, 2003-09-26

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Research; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Quotations; Japan
    • Jewelle Yamada, department director of corporate communications for Sumitomo Corporation of America, writes Ms. Acree asking if a quote is attributed to Peter Drucker. Drucker's original handwritten answer is written on the email.
    • Correspondence from Steve Grubich to Peter Drucker, 2003-10-08

    • Letters; College students; Graduate students; Master of business administration degree; Education; Research; Automobile industry workers; Engineers
    • Steve Grubich, an automotive engineer, writes Peter Drucker asking him if he is willing to participate in a project connected with the Weekend MBA for Managers & Professionals program at the University of Windsor. Drucker's original handwritten...
    • New demands on the executive, 2000-09-16

    • Strategic planning; International relations; Core competencies; Marks & Spencer plc; Potentials; Leonardo, da Vinci, 1452-1519; General Electric Company; Performance; Television; Decision making; Risk; Insurance; Foreign exchange; Debts, Public;...
    • Peter Drucker lectures to his students in an executive management course. Topics discussed during his lecture include: the invention of strategic planning, the lack of foreign policy, strategic thinking, core competences, bad habits, the limiting...
    • New demands on the executive, 2000-09-23

    • Core competencies; General Motors Corporation; McKinsey and Company; Bower, Marvin, 1903-; Labor turnover; Values; Musicians; Works councils; Physicians; Ellsworth, Richard R.; Sathe, Vijay; College teaching; Chief executive officers; Leadership;...
    • Peter Drucker lectures to his students in an executive management course. Topics discussed during his lecture include: core competencies, one’s preferences, setbacks and resilience, the creation of General Motors and its weaknesses, Marvin Bower...
    • Correspondence from James C. Worthy to Peter Drucker, 1982-04-14

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Worthy, James C.; Wood, Robert E. (Robert Elkington), 1879-1969; Authorship
    • James C. Worthy has asked Peter Drucker to comment on the manuscript about General Wood and has explained his use of sources, the necessity of an epilogue and the general structure of the manuscript.
    • Correspondence from Peter Drucker to Atsuo Ueda, 2000-07-25

    • Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Authorship; Books; Japan; Information revolution; Social change; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-
    • Peter Drucker writes Atsuo Ueda, executive director of the Institute of Technologists, telling him that his message to Japanese readers for volume three of "Society" is attached. In the message, Drucker discusses the social change that has...

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