Innovate or Die: Resource Guide
Drucker Apps rounds out this conversation with resources that will help you continue to explore the questions raised and discover how you can move from ideas to action.
- Drucker Societies around the globe are using Drucker’s core insights to create positive change in their local communities. Find out how you can join a Drucker Society.
- Rick Rasansky, tech entrepreneur and founder/CEO of YORN recommends:
- Marc Levinson‘s The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger about the way that Malcom McLean revolutionized global container shipping.
- TechCrunch: a blog about new Internet products and companies.
- ReadWriteWeb: a technology blog with daily Internet news and analysis.
- MediaPost: a web resource for news on media, marketing and advertising.
- A VC and @fredwilson: a tech venture capitalist who blogs about the latest in tech and Internet business.
- Drucker Institute Executive Director Rick Wartzman’s article Innovation Isn’t Just for Start-ups in Bloomberg Businessweek explores creative destruction and innovation within existing companies.
Further Drucker Reading
To read more from Peter Drucker on creative disruption and innovation, check out:
Innovation and Entrepreneurship, (Heinemann, 1985), especially Chapter 1, “Systematic Entrepreneurship.”
Landmarks of Tomorrow, (Harper, 1957), especially Chapter 2, “From Progress to Innovation.”
Management in the Next Society, (Butterworth Heinemann, 2002), especially Chapter 9, “Financial Services: Innovate or Die.”
Peter Drucker on the Profession of Management, (Harvard Business Review, 1985), especially Chapter 5, “The Discipline of Innovation.”
Drucker’s 1983 article for Forbes magazine, “Schumpeter and Keynes,”traces some of the foundations of his philosophy.