A lifetime of learning
Hailed by BusinessWeek as “the man who invented management,” Drucker directly influenced a huge number of leaders from a wide range of organizations across all sectors of society. Among the many: General Electric, IBM, Intel, Procter & Gamble, Girl Scouts of the USA, The Salvation Army, Red Cross, United Farm Workers and several presidential administrations.
The Drucker Institute’s Executive Education programs were developed to bring a blend of classic and new learning approaches informed by Peter’s 39 books, thousands of articles and classroom teachings to engage and encourage students, scholars, rising leaders, executives, organizations (public, social and private) and those who embrace the concept of “A Lifetime of Learning.”
The Drucker Leadership program for high school youth shares Drucker’s philosophy on building a more functioning society and finding one’s role in their community and in society to build it, with tomorrow’s leaders preparing for the 21st century.
The Drucker Playbook for the Public, Social and Private sectors offers an individual, or organization, an opportunity to engage with learning methods that will improve their leadership, management, and analytical skills, while providing the tools to put them into practice.
Custom Executive Education
The Institute works closely with the Drucker School of Management and other departments at CGU to customize a program to fit an organization’s (private, public and social) specific training needs and company challenges. What differentiates the Institute from others, is CGU’s transdisciplinary approach to support the development of both leadership skills and self-insight with a focus on positive psychology, leadership, human resources, and evaluation, to name a few. The training includes dynamic classroom sessions where we have delivered programs to leaders on CGU campus, at corporate offices, and online via Zoom and Teams or a combination thereof.
Higher Education Partnerships
The Institute partners with institutions of higher education to develop programs that offer learning materials and instruction that help students learn of Peter’s philosophy on leadership, management, while providing students the tools to put them into practice.
A 3-day onsite program at The Drucker Institute and School of Management at Claremont Graduate University for people living longer and healthier, who want to discover meaning, community, purpose, and what’s next. They are provided and opportunity to learn from prominent CGU faculty and peers, while drawing inspiration from Peter Drucker’s lifelong reinventions.