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Letters written to the editor of the Wall Street Journal concerning an article on the topic of Peter F. Drucker. Marty Davidson writes concerning Drucker's overlooked impact on small businesses. James Vardaman discusses Drucker's principles of management and defining the proper role of a manager. Yale Lubkin takes a more critical approach to Drucker's memory and legacy as he recounts Drucker's shortcomings. Terry Teachout draws attention to the importance of Drucker's political writings, which Teachout argues are even more important than Drucker's management work. Finally, Richard Bolin highlights the impact of the Drucker concept of production sharing.
Wall Street Journal Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Davidson, Marty Vardaman, James M Lubkin, Yale Jay Teachout, Terry Bolin, Richard L Humana, Inc Citicorp General Electric Company Ford Automotive Holdings (Firm)
Letters written to the editor of the Wall Street Journal concerning an article on the topic of Peter F. Drucker, August 26, 1987; Drucker Archives; Box 109, Folder 23; 1 page