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.
- Tomás Jiménez recommends the Migration Policy institute, a non-partisan think tank, for current and in-depth information about immigration.
- Read about immigration and Mexican American identity in Tomás Jiménez’s Replenished Ethnicity: Mexican Americans, Immigration, and Identity.
- Learn more about the relationship between labor issues and immigration in Low Wage Work in the Wealthy World, co-edited by John Schmitt.
- This article, The Economics of Immigration Are Not What You Think, from Robert Shapiro at NDN further illuminates the topic of immigration and the economy.
Further Drucker Reading
To read more from Peter Drucker on immigration, check out:
Management Challenges for the 21st Century (Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999), especially Chapter 2: Strategy-The New Certainties
Managing in the Next Society (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002), especially Chapter 15: The Next Society
Drucker’s own experience as an new immigrant is described in Adventures of a Bystander (Harper & Row, 1978), especially the chapter titled, The Indian Summer of Innocence
Drucker discusses labor and immigration in a 1994 Fortune Magazine interview.