Peter F. Drucker: The Landmarks of His Ideas

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An introductory pocket book for management students of all ages; it will allow the reader to decide if Drucker has any appeal for them. It was distributed at the 3rd Drucker International Forum in Vienna in 2012 to more than forty overseas delegates.


This book is also available as an E-Book


5.0 out of 5 stars Very valuable and unique addition to the books about Peter F. Drucker, 11 Oct 2012 By v246 - See all my reviews

This book is a very unique compilation of the best ideas from Peter Drucker's books, and it also provides very interesting biographical information about Peter Drucker and his wife Doris.

Peter Drucker wrote many seminal books in the area of management and this book provides an excellent reference point that could direct the reader towards other, specific books written by legendary management thinker Peter Drucker. Highly recommended!


5.0 out of 5 stars Great Bio and Books revision, 18 Dec 2012 By Rafael Estrada Hora - See all my reviews

This book is very rich on details about Peter Drucker bio and also a good analysis and revision of his books.

At this time I am more clear on what books to read and where to look for Peter Drucker's ideas on specific topics.


5.0 out of 5 stars Drucker; the man and his ideas, 31 Oct 2012 By David Mayle - See all my reviews

Accessible introduction to one of the pre-eminent management thinkers of modern times (and a guru you ignore at your peril!).

Thoroughly researched, fully referenced and sensibly indexed, this slim volume represents an excellent starting point for anyone interested in learning about the man and his contribution to the field.


5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent intro to Drucker's life and works, 28 Jan 2013 By D. Pugh - See all my reviews   

This short book, by the leading British writer on the subject, is an easily read introduction to the ideas of Peter Drucker. One of the leading writers of the twentieth century on all aspects of management, Drucker's many books had a major impact on practising managers. This book highlights why this is the case by outlining Drucker's ideas and placing them in a biographical framework.