Management expert Peter Drucker passed away at age 95. See: Peter F. Drucker Information from Claremount University [the broken link was removed] and our previous post.
Here we list links to some of his work.
There is an excellent podcast of an interview with him on NPR (Peter Drucker – podcast interview [the broken link was removed]) on management, the state of the world today and where we are headed. A profound view from Peter Drucker in his 95th year.
His revised edition of the Effective Executive is due out in January.
Post-Capitalist interview with Peter Drucker in Wired, 1993 (Post-Capitalist Society book by Peter Drucker):
When you look at it that way, the last 40 years of economic history begins to make some sense.
Civilizing the City [the broken link was removed], Peter F. Drucker, 1998:
The Shape of Things to Come [the broken link was removed], Peter Drucker 1996:
The Prussians succeeded because they had created an organization. They were the first ones to use modern technology effectively, which in those days meant railroad and telegraph. Business copied the command and control structure of the Prussian army, in which rank equaled authority. We are now evolving toward structures in which rank means responsibility but not authority. And in which your job is not to command but to persuade.
Managing Knowledge Means Managing Oneself [the broken link was removed] by Peter Drucker:
Peter Drucker: Mr. Management [the broken link was removed], Mike J. Brewster, Business Week, 2004.
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