November 8, 2010: Kenneth Hopper and William Hopper, writers-in-residence at the Drucker Institute, appeared on KPCC’s “Air Talk with Larry Mantle” to discuss their book The Puritan Gift: Reclaiming the American Dream Amidst Global Financial Chaos.
August 10, 2010: MSNBC report, “Business as usual: Princely payout for HP chief” by Eve Tahmincioglu
July 13, 2010: Los Angeles Times op-ed, “LeBron James: True to his generation” by Rick Wartzman
June 8, 2010: California’s economic recovery is lagging behind the rest of the U.S., with unemployment higher than the national rate of 9.7 percent, a tepid housing market and low manufacturing numbers.
Click here to listen to Marketplace Morning Report’s interview about the California economy with Rick Wartzman.
April 19, 2010: The Drucker Institute hosted noridan, a group of South Korean social entrepreneurs who turn scrap metal and other discarded material into musical instruments, for a public workshop and parade in April 2010. A news report by SBS (one of Korea’s three major TV news organizations) covers the visit (YouTube video no longer available due to a copyright claim by SBS).
April 15, 2010: KPCC report, “Korean environmental musicians visit Claremont to make music from scrap metal” by Steven Cuevas
March 17, 2010: Harvard Business Review blog post, “Management Principles for the Arts” by Rick Wartzman
March 8, 2010: North County Times report, “Drucker Institute chapter forms in North County” by Jeff Rowe
February 5, 2010: Harvard Business Review blog post, “Drucker’s Question: What Will You Do Differently on Monday?” by Rick Wartzman
December 31, 2009: Los Angeles Times column, “Peter Drucker’s revolutionary teachings decades old but still fresh” by Michael Hiltzik
November 30, 2009: The Wall Street Journal op-ed, “Temporary Workers and the 21st Century Economy” by Jody Greenstone Miller, member of the Drucker Institute’s Board of Advisors
November 23, 2009: Financial Times column, “Drucker’s ideas stand the test of time” by Stefan Stern
November 9, 2009: Zach First, managing director of the Drucker Institute, is quoted in The Atlantic (“Firing Educators with Enthusiasm“) about how developing people should be a key ingredient in education reform.
November 2, 2009: Los Angeles Business Journal column, “Time for Posthumous Praise” by Charles Crumpley
November 2, 2009: This month, the Drucker Institute celebrates the 100th birthday of Peter Drucker, the father of modern management. Charles Handy, noted scholar, co-founder of the London Business School and Scholar-in-Residence at the Drucker Institute and Drucker School of Management, talks with KPCC’s AirTalk host Larry Mantle about Drucker’s legacy and how his perspective is still relevant today.
June 23, 2009: Rick Wartzman was interviewed on a live BusinessBoomer webcast during the 2009 National Conference on Volunteering and Service in San Francisco. Rick discussed his role at the conference, as well as the work of the Drucker Institute.
February 21, 2009: Bloomberg story, “Stanford’s Top Talent Hailed From Small Mississippi Town” by Laurence Davidson, Michael Forsythe and Peter Robison
February 20, 2009: Fortune story, “This week: California on the edge” by editor at large Patricia Sellers
January 29, 2009: ALOUD Business Forum, “A New View of Human Capacity” by Sir Ken Robinson, with Rick Wartzman
January 8, 2009: There are a lot of reasons why our economy is in a sorry state. Among them, said Charles Handy on a recent broadcast of American Public Media’s Marketplace, is the way we’ve done business and how banks have been structured.
November 3, 2008: Los Angeles Business Journal article, “Right Tools for Escaping Poverty” by Charles Crumpley
October 10, 2008: Bloomberg.com story, “Lehman, AIG Chiefs Should `Man Up,’ Stop `Kissing the Mirror’” by Michael Janofsky
September 16, 2008: Los Angeles Times op-ed, “The Joneses and the Joads” by Rick Wartzman
September 1, 2008: USA TODAY book review, “Drucker’s management classic is back again, updated” by Bruce Rosenstein
July 1, 2008: Human Resource Executive Online article, “‘Ethics Landscape’ Slightly Fallow” by Paul Gallagher
June 18, 2008: Claremont Courier article, “Drucker Societies come together in Claremont” by Landus Rigsby (online subscription required)
June 18, 2008: The Wall Street Journal op-ed, “China Embraces Old-School Business Guru” by George Anders (online subscription required)
May 14, 2008: Zocalo lecture series, “A House of Horrors: Why is Home Ownership So Elusive for So Many Angelenos?” moderated by Rick Wartzman
May 7, 2008: Los Angeles Times article, “Interview archive will speak volumes” by Mindy Farabee
April 28, 2008: Los Angeles Business Journal article, “Making a Book More Manageable” by Daniel Miller
December 1, 2008: WesternTrek Magazine article, “Bringing a Legacy Online” (not available online)
February 11, 2008: Nikkei Business article, “The Eternal Drucker Legacy: We Have to Evolve It” by Doris Drucker, interviewed by Nobuyuki Yajima
February 9, 2008: Claremont Courier article, “Responsibility Gap” by Rebecca James
January 15, 2008: ALOUD lecture series, “Creating a World Without Poverty” with Rick Wartzman
January 1, 2008: Produce Business article, “A New Vision of Leadership” by Jodean Robbins
August 20, 2007: Los Angeles Business Journal article, “Chinese Roulette”
August 13, 2007: Pasadena Star-News article, “A management plan for a new age” (not available online)
July 28, 2007: Claremont Courier article, “Drucker Institute names first director” by Landus Rigsby (online subscription required)
July 24, 2007: Zócalo panel discussion, “Can the Ports Clean the Air Without Choking the Economy?” with Rick Wartzman
July 14, 2007: Los Angeles Times op-ed, “1,100 reasons to hang up” by Rick Wartzman