Watch Jim Collins talk about why “Peter Drucker contributed more to the triumph of freedom and free society over totalitarianism than anyone in the 20th century, including perhaps Winston Churchill.”
- “Remembering Drucker,” from The Economist
- “Drucker’s Ideas Stand the Test of Time,” from the Financial Times
- “Drucker A-Z,” from Inc. magazine
- “The Education of Peter Drucker,” by Jack Beatty, The Atlantic Monthly
- The Wall Street Journal’s tribute by Steve Forbes
- International Herald-Tribune obituary
- A collection of tributes from Marshall Goldsmith, Tom Peters, Rick Warren and others.
More about Peter Drucker
- Peter Drucker’s Life and Legacy: 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.
- Drucker’s Career Timeline and Bibliography: From his birth in Vienna in 1909 to his death in Claremont in 2005
- A Drucker Sampler: Readings available online for free that cover three of Drucker’s core areas of focus—the individual, organizations and society
- Books by Drucker: All 39 of his books as well as his monographs, other works and publications to which he was a contributing writer
- Books About Drucker: Personal and intellectual biographies, memoirs by Drucker’s former students and books on management that are rooted primarily and explicitly in Drucker’s work