Born in Vienna on November 19, 1909, Peter Drucker is known around the world as the "father of management," as he helped create and articulate "the concepts that have made management a field of legitimate academic inquiry and professional practice." After receiving a Ph.D. in international law from Frankfurt University, Drucker moved to London, and then shortly afterwards came to the United States, where he began a long tenure at Sarah Lawrence College. Drucker continued on with a prodigious career, teaching at New York University, then eventually moving on to Harvard. The Drucker Archives were established at the Claremont Colleges in the 1980s, and this website contains a number of online searching aids designed to assist researchers, and a number of online features that draw on the enormous output of Drucker's writings over the past six decades.
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