A Drucker miscellany

A Drucker miscellany
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Starbuck, Peter
British Library, The
Date of publication
26 November 2015
Business & management history: including the development of management thought, Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
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Peter F Drucker (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
Business and management
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This self-published book is the third in a series of three publications about Peter Drucker’s key ideas and contributions to management theory. It offers a very detailed bibliography of Drucker's work, together with interviews and other sources - including rare and out of print material. Peter Starbuck, the author, has studied Drucker in detail and written several publications about him, including a PHD thesis awarded by the Open University Business School - see the 'See also' panel below.

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