Drucker, Peter (Ferdinand)
DRUCKER, Peter (Ferdinand)
DRUCKER, Peter (Ferdinand). American (born Austria), b. 1909. Genres: Novels, Public/Social administration. Career: Mgmt. Consultant (own firm), 1940-. Clarke Professor of Social Science and Management, Claremont Graduate School, California, 1971-. Professor of Politics and Philosophy, Bennington College, Vermont, 1942-49; Professor of Mgmt., 1950-72, and Chairman of the Dept., 1956-62, New York University President, Society of History of Technology, 1965-66. Publications: The End of Economic Man, 1939; The Future of Industrial Man, 1942; Concept of the Corporation, 1946; The New Society, 1950; The Practice of Management, 1954; America's Next Twenty Years, 1959; The Landmarks of Tomorrow, 1960; Managing for Results, 1964; The Effective Executive, 1966; The Age of Discontinuity, 1969; Technology, Management and Society, 1970; Men, Ideas and Politics, 1971; Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices, 1974; The Unseen Revolution, 1976, as The Pension Fund Revolution, 1995; People and Performance, 1977; Adventures of a Bystander, 1979; Managing in Turbulent Times, 1980; Toward the Next Economics, 1981; The Changing World of the Executive, 1982; The Last of All Possible Worlds (novel), 1982; The Temptation to Do Good (novel), 1984; Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 1986; Frontiers of Management, 1986; The New Realities, 1989; Managing the Nonprofit Organization, 1990; Managing for the Future, 1992; The Ecological Vision, 1992; Post Capitalist Society, 1993; Managing in a Time of Great Change, 1995; Drucker on Asia: A Dialogue with Isao Nakauchi, 1996; Peter Drucker on the Profession of Management, 1998; Management Challenges for the 21st Century, 1999; The Essential Drucker, 2001.