Registration is now open for Drucker Centennial Day, which will be held at Claremont Graduate University on Nov. 6, 2010, with management thinker and bestselling author Tom Peters delivering the keynote address.
In addition to Peters’s keynote address, the day will include a Drucker authors festival, featuring those who’ve written books about Peter Drucker’s life and work. Among the participants will be Jack Beatty, author of The World According to Peter Drucker; William Cohen, author of A Class With Drucker and Drucker on Leadership; Bruce Rosenstein, author of Living in More Than One World; and others.
There will also be mini-courses taught by Drucker School faculty; a talk by Kenneth and William Hopper, co-authors of the celebrated book The Puritan Gift: Reclaiming the American Dream Amidst Global Financial Chaos; a Drucker School activity and program expo; opportunities to network with professionals from a range of industries; and much more.
Drucker Centennial Day will be a capstone of the Drucker Centennial, a two-year celebration marking the 100th anniversary of Peter Drucker’s birth. Since its launch in 2009, the Centennial has seen a series of events take place across the world—from New York City to Seoul, Tokyo to Sao Paulo, Beijing to Vienna—all highlighting Drucker’s seminal teachings on effective management and responsible leadership.
For pricing information and online registration for Drucker Centennial Day, please visit www.drucker100.com.