Carolina Biquard writes to Peter Drucker to discuss the perspectives for Fundación Compromiso and the declining state of Argentina. In regards to the condition of Argentina she tells him that she is grateful for his message that, "the misery of your country is an opportunity to create things that are truly new and truly important." Since Fundación Compromiso is in a way becoming a consulting organization and segmenting the social sector she is concerned that they will grow too large. She references his advice that they should, "be strong but not big." She asks for his thoughts on the matter. In the second half of the letter she updates him on the success of their program with Coca Cola and public schools. She informs him that Coca Cola has proposed that they adapt the Self Assessment Program for football clubs. She also recently had a meeting with Bank Boston regarding a program for parishes and other religious centers and is optimistic about its future. She ends with the news that Merck, Sharp & Dohme hired them to take the Self Assessment Program to public health centers in Buenos Aires.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Fundación Compromiso Argentina Football teams Church Bank Boston Corp Coca-Cola Company Public schools Parishes McKinsey and Company Merck Sharp & Dohme Medical care Biquard, Carolina La Nacion
Copy of letter: Drucker Archives; DVD of PDFs, Letters about Fundación Compromiso 1994-2005, Page 89 & 88