Drucker Centennial Celebration
2009 - 2010
The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management
August 30, 2009
Agenda
 Welcome
 Overview of Drucker Centennial Celebration
 Drucker Centennial Week Events
 About the Drucker School
 About the Drucker Institute
 About Peter F. Drucker
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Drucker Centennial Overview
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The Drucker Centennial marks the 100th
birthday of Peter F. Drucker
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Father of modern management
Author of 39 books on organizational
behavior, innovation, economy and
society
Winner of the Presidential Medal of
Freedom.
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A time of commemoration, celebration and
renewal
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Marked by a two-year series of events
worldwide, 2009 to 2010.
For a complete list of events, visit
www.drucker100.com
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Cities Hosting Drucker Centennial Events Worldwide
• Vienna, Austria
Austria
USA
• New York, NY
Japan
China
• Claremont, CA
• Los Angeles, CA
Japan
• Hakodate
China:
• Beijing
• Nanjing
• Nanchang
• Jinan
• Shanghai
• Hong Kong
Brazil
• Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Drucker Centennial Week: November 2 to 8, 2009
This event forms the heart of the Centennial celebration here in southern
California. Unless otherwise noted, all events are open to the public and free
of charge. All are welcome, however, reservations are strongly encouraged.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Nov. 2
Nov. 3
Nov. 4
Nov. 5
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Nov. 8
Ken
Blanchard
Live on
Campus!1
pm to
5:00pm
Claremont,
CA
Management All-Stars
(8AM-12PM), Club
Nokia Theatre LA Live,
downtown Los Angeles.
Warren Bennis, Ken
Blanchard, & Charles
Handy
Conversations
with Charles
Handy
Claremont, CA
Stephen R. Covey
Keynote
(9AM – 11:00AM):
Taper Auditorium at
LA Public Library
Drucker
Centennial
Day: Jim
Collins
Keynote
Speaker
(8AM – 6:30
PM),
Claremont, CA
Drucker
Centennial
Community
Brunch
hosted by
Doris
Drucker
(10AM1PM),
Claremont,
CA
Sanso
Japanese
Art Exhibit
Opening
(7PM)
Williamson
Gallery,
Scripps
College
Frances
Hesselbein In
Conversation
Pasadena, CA
Stephen R. Covey
Live On Campus
(12:00 to 3:30PM)
Conversations
with Charles
Handy
Frances
Hesselbein Live
on Campus
Claremont, CA
*Event is by invitation only
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Conversations with
Charles Handy
Conversations with
Jorge Vasconcellos e
Sá.
Drucker Faculty Book
Debut Celebration
Drucker Centennial
Day Welcome
Reception at Piano
Piano at Doubletree
Hotel Claremont
President’s Dinner*
Claremont, CA
Ken Blanchard Live on Campus
Opening Event
Ken Blanchard Opening Event –
Monday Afternoon, November 2
A remarkable opportunity to hear Ken
Blanchard share his perspective on
the Drucker legacy and its importance
in the years to come.
Time:
1:00-1:30pm Welcome
1:30-3:00pm Faculty Mtg
3:30 to 4:30pm Keynote
4:30 -5:00pm Reception
Date:
Monday, November 2
Location:
Claremont, Calif.
Cost:
Free
Registration:
Keynote - TBA
Contact:
Scott Scherer at
[email protected]
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Ken Blanchard
Founding Associate
The Ken Blanchard Companies
• One of the most influential leadership
experts in the world
• Universally characterized as one of
the most insightful, powerful and
compassionate individuals in business
• The Ken Blanchard Companies is a
global leader in workplace learning,
productivity, performance and
leadership effectiveness solutions.
Sanso Japanese Art Exhibit
Opening Event
Sanso Japanese Art Exhibit –
Monday Evening, November 2
In collaboration with Scripps College, the exhibition showcases pieces
from the internationally renowned Sanso Collection, which underscores
Peter Drucker’s ability to draw insights about the human condition from
a wide range of fields.
Time:
7:00 - 9:30 pm
Date:
Monday, November 2, 2009
Location:
Ruth Chandler Williamson
Gallery at Scripps College,
Claremont, Calif.
Cost:
Free
Registration:
To be advised
Contact:
Lyn Cason at
[email protected]
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Management All-Stars Event
Management All-Stars Event in Downtown LA–
Tuesday Morning, November 3
This event is a remarkable opportunity to hear Warren Bennis, Ken
Blanchard, and Charles Handy share their insights on leadership
and management, plus their perspective on the Drucker legacy and
its importance in the years to come.
Time:
8:00 am to 12:00 noon
Date:
Tuesday, November 3
Location:
Sponsored by:
Club Nokia Theatre at LA
LIVE - STAPLES Center
KPCC 89.3 FM
Cost:
Free.
Registration:
Ticketed
Contact:
Scott Scherer at
[email protected]
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Nokia
Theatre
LA LIVE
Management All-Stars Speakers
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Ken Blanchard
Founding Associate
The Ken Blanchard Companies
Dr. Warren Bennis
University Professor, Distinguished
Professor of Business
Administration, Founding Chairman
of the Leadership Institute
University of Southern California
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Research fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy
School, Harvard Business School, and UCLA’s
School of Public Policy and Social Research
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Globally renowned business expert
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Author of many business and management books,
including “Understanding Organisations,” “The
Future of Work,” and The Gods of Management”
among others
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Co-founder of the London Business School, the
first business school in the United Kingdom.
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Authored or edited 26 books, including Leaders
and On Becoming a Leader
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Charles Handy
Best-Selling Author and
Philosopher
Served on four U.S. Presidential Advisory Boards
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Named one of the top ten speakers on
management in 1993 and 1996 by The Wall Street
Journal
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Conversations With
Charles Handy
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Conversations With Charles Handy –
Wednesday & Thursday, November 4 & 5
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Dates: Wed., November 4 to
Thursday, November 6
Charles Handy
Best-Selling Author and
Philosopher
Small, intimate hour-long
conversations daily on
campus with groups of
students from the MBA &
EMBA programs, as well
as invited leadership from
organizations and
corporations close to The
Drucker School. Also, on
Drucker Centennial Day,
Charles Handy will host a
Conversation as well.
Charles Handy is a globally renowned business
expert and is often regarded as Britain’s greatest
management thinker. He is the author of many
business and management books, including
“Understanding Organisations,” “The Future of
Work,” and The Gods of Management” among
others.
Mr. Handy is a co-founder of the London Business
School, the first business school in the United
Kingdom. He has been an executive, a theorist, a
management thinker and a student of business all
his life. In 2008, Mr. Handy taught the Odyssey
course at The Drucker School.
Contact: Scott Scherer
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Frances Hesselbein Event
Frances Hesselbein Live on Campus Wednesday & Thursday, November 4 & 5
We are grateful that Ms. Hesselbein
will join us for two days on campus,
meeting with faculty, students and
friends of The Drucker School.
Time:
Various
Date:
Nov 4 & 5
Location:
Pasadena &
Claremont
Cost:
Free
Registration:
To be advised
Contact:
Bill Hendry &
Christina W.
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Frances Hesselbein
Chairman of the Board of
Governors
Leader to Leader Institute
• Chairman of the Board of Governors of the
Leader to Leader Institute
• Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom
in 1998 in recognition of her leadership as
CEO of Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., as founding
President of the Drucker Foundation, and for
her service as "a pioneer for women, diversity,
and inclusion.”
• Serves on numerous nonprofit and private
sector corporate boards, including the Board
of the Mutual of America Life Insurance
Company and the Boards of the Center for
Social Initiative at the Harvard Business
School, among others.
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Stephen R. Covey Keynote Event
Stephen R. Covey Keynote Event in Los Angeles–
Thursday Morning, November 5
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Dr. Stephen Covey
Co-founder and Vice Chairman
FranklinCovey
• Recognized as one of Time magazine's
25 most influential Americans.
• Over 20 million books sold in 38
languages. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People was named #1 Most Influential
Business Book of the 20th Century. The 8th
Habit (2004), has sold nearly 400,000
copies.
Time:
8:00 – 11:00am
Date:
Thursday, November 5
Location:
Mark Taper Auditorium at
LA Public Library
Cost:
Free
Registration: To be advised.
Contact:
Scott Scherer
[email protected]
• Recipient of the International
Entrepreneur of the Year Award and
International Man of Peace Award.
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Stephen R. Covey – Live on Campus
Thursday Afternoon, November 5
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Dr. Stephen Covey
Co-founder and Vice Chairman
FranklinCovey
Time:
12:00:-1:15 pm Faculty
1:30 – 3:00 pm Keynote
• Over 20 million books sold in 38
languages. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People was named #1 Most Influential
Business Book of the 20th Century. The 8th
Habit (2004), has sold nearly 400,000
copies.
Date:
Thursday, November 5
Location:
Claremont
Cost:
Free
• Recipient of the International
Entrepreneur of the Year Award and
International Man of Peace Award.
Contact:
• Recognized as one of Time magazine's
25 most influential Americans.
Registration: To be advised.
Scott Scherer
[email protected]
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Conversations With
Jorge Vasconcellos e Sá
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Conversation With Jorge Vasconcellos e Sá –
Friday, November 6
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Jorge Vasconcellos e Sá
President of the Portuguese
Institute for Economic Freedom
• Published 10 books and over sixteen
academic articles.
• Speaks five languages and travels widely
for public speaking.
• M.A. The Peter F. Drucker Graduate
School of Management; Ph.D. in Business
Administration from Columbia University.
Time:
12 noon – 2:00pm.
Date:
Friday, November 6
Location:
The Drucker School
Cost:
Free
Registration: Open to students
Contact:
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Bill Hendry
Faculty Hosted Event –
Debut Celebration of
THE DRUCKER DIFFERENCE
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Faculty Book Debut - The Drucker Difference
Friday, November 6: 4:00 – 5:30pm
Time:
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Date:
Friday, Nov 6
Location:
Founders Room
Honnold/Mudd Library
Cost:
Free
Registration: To be advised.
Contact:
Prof. Jeremy Hunter
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President’s VIP Dinner
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President’s VIP Dinner –
Friday Evening, November 6
Time:
7:00 pm
Date:
Friday, November 6
Location:
The President’s House
Cost:
Admission.
Registration: Invitation only
Contact:
Bill Hendry
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Drucker Centennial Day Welcome Reception
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Drucker Centennial Day
Welcome Reception – Friday Evening, November 6
Join us for a fun, social gathering to reconnect with old friends and
meet up with others who are in town early for Drucker Centennial Day.
You can also pick-up your registration materials and beat the lines on
Saturday morning!
Time:
6:00 – 9:00 pm
Date:
Friday, Nov 6
Location:
Piano Piano at the
Doubletree
Cost:
$25 per person (?)
Registration: To be advised
Contact:
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Melinda Moers
Harriman
Drucker Centennial Day
Drucker Centennial Day – Saturday, November 7
This all-day event is an opportunity for students, alumni and friends of The
Drucker School to hear eminent speakers like keynote Jim Collins, plus
Drucker faculty in conversation with industry leaders. Lots of time to network
and enjoy great food – all in a spectacular setting on the Claremont campus.
Time:
8:00 am – 6:30 pm
Date:
Saturday, November 7
Location:
The Drucker School &
Claremont Colleges,
in Claremont, Calif.
Cost:
TBA
Registration: To be advised
Contact:
Melinda Moers Harriman
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Drucker Centennial Day – Proposed Schedule
Drucker Centennial Day
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8am to 9am: Registration and Breakfast
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9am to 10:30am: Welcome & Keynote Jim Collins
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10:45am to 12:00 noon: Concurrent Sessions 1
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12:30 noon to 2:00pm: Lunch - outdoors under tent
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2:15pm to 3:30pm: Concurrent Sessions 2
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3:45pm to 5:00pm: Concurrent Sessions 3
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5:00pm to 6:30pm: Closing Comments & Reception under tent
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Drucker Expo at Drucker Centennial Day
This all-day exposition ‘under the tent’ is a great way to connect with
The Drucker School community. The expo features book sales,
merchandise and refreshments, plus displays and representatives from
these organizations.
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Drucker Alumni Association
Drucker School Academic Programs
Drucker School Recruitment Programs
Net Impact
Consulting Club
Marketing Club
WILA: Women in Leadership Association
DSSA: Drucker School Student Association
International Place & International Fellows
Mentors Program at The Drucker School
Career Table
The Drucker Institute - Drucker Unpacked
Drucker Societies
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Drucker Centennial
Community Brunch
Hosted by Doris Drucker
Drucker Centennial Community Brunch
Hosted by Doris Drucker – Sunday, November 8
Enjoy an opportunity to share the company of Doris Drucker and
feel the warmth and energy of the Drucker family during an
outdoor brunch.
Time:
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Date:
Sunday, November 8
Location:
Claremont –
Cost:
TBA
Registration: To Be Advised
Contact:
Doug Stahl & Marie
Saldibar
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Naming of Drucker Way –
October 8, 2009
11th Street outside The Drucker School will be renamed Drucker Way, and
the School’s address will become 100 Drucker Way. Join us for the
momentous occasion!
Time:
5:00pm (?)
Date:
October 8, 2009
Location:
100 Drucker Way
Cost:
Free
Registration: Not required.
Contact:
Dwight Holmes
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About The Drucker School
One of the top-ranked Management and MBA
programs in Southern California. It infuses Peter
Drucker’s management principles into every
aspect of its MBA and Executive MBA program
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Distinguished from other MBA programs by its
unique approach to management, what the School
calls the Drucker Difference -- that management is
both a human enterprise and a liberal art
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Global, diverse, and offers unique resources as
part of the Claremont Colleges consortium
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Encourages students to explore leadership from
their own unique perspective and can customize
their education to fit their goals
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Offers joint-degree programs in law (JD/MBA),
public health (MPA/MBA), and trans-disciplinary
degree programs
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Offers post-master’s degree programs for senior
level managers, as well as non-degree programs
designed to assist organizations with strategy
formulation and implementation, issues of
revitalization, and managing cultural change.
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For more information, visit
www.drucker.cgu.edu
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About the Drucker Institute
Campus-wide resource of Claremont Graduate
University closely aligned with the Peter F. Drucker
and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management. A
think tank and an action tank to stimulate effective
management and ethical leadership
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Grew out of Drucker Archives, which initially served
as archival repository of Drucker’s manuscripts
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Manages several programs
– Drucker Societies
– The Responsibility Gap
– “The Drucker Difference”
– The Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation
– Forums that bring in first-rate presenters and panelists
from all over the world
– Educational partnerships for working professionals
– Original research projects
– A Drucker Scholars and Practitioners in Residence
program
– Drucker Unpacked
For more information, visit
www.druckerinstitute.com
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About Peter F. Drucker
Management Expert, Author and Teacher
(1909 – 2005)
Peter Drucker’s career spanned more than six decades.
Valued for keen insight and the ability to convey his ideas
in popular language, Drucker authored 39 books, which
have been translated into more than 30 languages, on
organizational behavior, innovation, economy, and
society.
Central to his philosophy is the view that people are an
organization’s most valuable resource, and that a
manager’s job is to prepare and free people to perform.
Dr. Drucker cared not just about how business manages
its resources, but also how public and private
organizations operate morally and ethically within society.
Drucker’s groundbreaking work turned modern
management theory into a serious discipline, and he
influenced or created nearly ever facet of its application,
including decentralization, privatization, and
empowerment, and has coined such terms as the
“knowledge worker.”
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About Peter F. Drucker
Management Expert, Author and Teacher
(1909 – 2005)
Drucker was born in Vienna, Austria, on November 19,
1909 and studied in Austria and England before earning a
doctorate from Frankfurt University in 1931. He moved to
London in 1933 to escape Hitler’s Germany. Four years
later, he married Doris Schmitz.
The couple departed for the United States and in the US,
Drucker served on the faculty at several universities. He
then spent two years studying the management structure
of General Motors which led to his book “Concept of the
Corporation,” an immediate bestseller in the US and
Japan. From 1950-1971 Drucker was a professor of
management at the Graduate Business School of New
York University where he was awarded the Presidential
Citation, the university’s highest honor.
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About Peter F. Drucker
Management Expert, Author and Teacher
(1909 – 2005)
Drucker came to California in 1971 where he was
instrumental in the development of one of the country’s
first executive MBA programs for working professionals at
Claremont Graduate University. The management school
was named the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of
Management in his honor in 1987.He taught his last class
in the spring of 2002.
Drucker was a highly sought-after consultant and
specialized in strategy and policy for both businesses and
not-for-profit organizations. He worked with many of the
world’s largest corporations, with small entrepreneurial
companies, with nonprofits and with agencies of
government including the US, Canada, and Japan.
In July 2002, Drucker was awarded the Presidential Medal
of Freedom in recognition for his work in the field of
management.
For more information, visit The Drucker Institute at
www.druckerinstitute.com
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Drucker Centennial Committee Chairs
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Drucker Centennial Celebration
2009 - 2010
The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management
August 30, 2009
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