Peter Drucker: An Intellectual Journey (Video)
February 2003, Jossey-Bass
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Peter Drucker invented the field of modern management. Through his 35 books and hundreds of seminal articles Drucker has had an enormous influence on the managers of corporations, nonprofits and government agencies around the world. Peter Drucker: An Intellectual Journey, a one-hour documentary written and directed by Ken Witty, traces Drucker's thinking from his earliest years in Vienna to his acknowledged position today as the "guru" of management. According to Drucker biographer Jack Beatty who appears in the documentary, "this writer has had more influence on the lives of human beings than any other writer of this (20th) century." Procter & Gamble's CEO A.G. Lafley calls Drucker the Babe Ruth and Ted Williams of management writers and consultants. GE's former CEO Jack Welch: " Management around the world owes a debt of gratitude to Drucker who devoted his life to clarifying the role of an organization in our society."