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This is a letter to Peter Drucker. It was most likely written by Ronald Greenwood, but has no signature. The author writes of Drucker's prediction years before that almost every home in America would have a computer someday. He also mentions his own Apple II and Apple IIC, and offers to fly out and instruct Drucker on word processing if he buys one. The sender also discusses a presentation of a video interview he did of three individuals who were a part of the Hawthorne Experiments. He then invites Drucker to speak at the next Academy of Management meeting. He closes with a mention of how the "entire American business academic world has fallen in love with the Japanese Jakedo system", and asks if any of Drucker's books have been translated into Chinese.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Greenwood, Ronald G Worthy, James C Hawaii Japan Korea (South) Wall Street journal Academy of Management International Business Machines Corporation Authorship Motion pictures China Chinese Skinner, B. F. (Burrhus Frederic), 1904-1990 Knowledge workers
Copy of letter: Letter to Peter Drucker, September 20, 1984; Courtesy of the Nova Southeastern University Archives; Box 38; Folder 7 Letter to Drucker - unknown sender - 9/20/1984; 2 pages