Letters; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Tables of contents; Authorship; Books; Management
Atsuo Ueda writes Peter Drucker saying that he is sending the table of contents, editor's afterword, and the bibliography of volume 2. The table of contents from "The Essential Drucker on Management" is dated as of July 10, 2000.
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.
Peter Drucker discusses his thoughts on various topics including the importance of experience for a young knowledge worker and the ineffectiveness of MBA programs on younger students. He goes on to discuss his career as a teacher and to explain...
Lyndall Urwick discusses numerous aspects of business management and organization as well as employee relations within the General Electric Company. In addition, he shares his views on Drucker's publication, "The Practice of Management."
CARE Inc.; Letters; Fund raising; International relations
Charles Sykes, the director of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere), sends Phil Johnston, Fred Devine, Jack McBride, Ralph Devone, Beth Stumbo, Beryl Levinger, and George Radcliffe, a record of Drucker's comments about CARE's...
During the question and answer session, Irving Kristol addresses the following: the large corporation as a prisoner of the market, the adversarial position of government’s brokerage of business in the United States, and reading as a way of...
Law & society;
In this audio recording, Peter Drucker’s methods are discussed in “The Limits and Ethics of Social Responsibility.” The narrator begins by talking about how to take leadership roles in society. He describes the accountability and...
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.
Letters; International relations; Nonprofit organizations; United States - Politics and government
After hearing Drucker speak before the Economic Club of Washington, Anthony Downs, senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, encloses a copy of points that made the greatest impression on him. Contains Downs' original signature.
Congresses and conventions; Letters; Information technology
Lynda Rosenthal, vice president and general manager of executive programs for CIO, sends Jonathan W. Palmer, director of corporate relations for the Drucker Center, information on the CIO Perspectives conference where Drucker will lead a keynote...
CARE Inc.; Corporations; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
J. Peter Grace announces the formation of the CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere) Corporate Council, which will serve as CARE's link to the corporate community and the corporate community's link to the developing world.