Leading Knowledge Workers
Drucker School of Management (CGU)
Peter F. Drucker was one of the most influential business thinkers in history. Considered the father of modern management, he was concerned not only with the human side of management, but also with the larger societal roles played by both companies and the individuals within them.
If there has ever been a time when such thinkers are relevant, it is now.
The Drucker Difference casts new light on Drucker’s business philosophy, analyzing his most important ideas in the context of today’s business world. Through individual contributions by professors from The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management, it combines expert insight and current scholarship to reveal how organizations and executives can interpret and apply Drucker’s timeless ideas.
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Pearce, Craig L., (2010). Leading Knowledge Workers. In C. L. Pearce, J. A. Maciariello & H. Yamawaki (Eds.) The Drucker Difference.