Jonathan Club; Currency; Gold standard; Dollar, American; Retirement age; Knowledge workers; China
In this transcript of Peter Drucker’s speech, delivered to the Jonathan Club in 1967, Drucker discusses the changing world economy. He begins by discussing currency and the fluctuating value of the U.S. dollar. He goes on to discuss dropping...
Shinichi Uesaka, production supervisor of Diamond, Inc., sends Jonathan W. Palmer, director of corporate relations of Claremont Graduate School, a list of Japanese seminar participants and comments on his group's visit.
Brent Bowers, the author of 1,000 Years, 1,000 People: Ranking the Men and Women Who Shaped the Millennium, sends Drucker a copy of the book which features him and asks Drucker to comment on his reaction. Contains Bowers' original signature.
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.
Public relations consultants; Sears, Roebuck and Company; Television serials; Letters
Drucker sends James Worthy a letter from Maurice Feldman, a New York public relations counselor, who suggests that Sears put "The Practice of Management" on a TV serial. Handwritten note on letter by Drucker.
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...
Ruth A. Wooden, president of the Advertising Council, Inc., sends her regards to Drucker for his birthday and tells him how appreciative she is of having had the opportunity to work with him. Contains Wooden's original signature.
Letters; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Japan; Weather; Books; Seminars; Teaching; Authorship; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-
Peter Drucker writes Atsuo Ueda, executive director of the Institute of Technologists, congratulating him on the progress of the Institute. He says that he is delighted with Ueda's work on "The Essential Drucker" and sends his best wishes for...