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Peter Drucker Peter Ferdinand Drucker (November 19, 1909 – November 11, 2005) was an Austrian lawyer and treatise author of numerous works on topics reocnocidas world concerning the management of organizations, information systems and knowledge society, area which is recognized as his father and mentor together with Fritz Machlup. After working in business and as a journalist, a Ph.D. in International Law in Germany. The rise of Nazism forced him to immigrate to America (1937), after 4 years living in London, where he became a teacher and writer. She taught business administration at the University of New York (1950-1971). His career as a thinker of the world of business took off in 1943 when his earlier writings on politics and society gave him access to the bowels of the General Motors, which had become one of the largest companies in the world at that time. His experiences in Europe left him fascinated with the problem of authority.He shared this fascination with Donaldson Brown, the guiding mind behind the administrative controls at GM. The resulting book of all this was The Concept of Corporation (a study of General Motors), which were derived from many articles and later work. Thanks to him became popular GM’s multidivisional structure. Drucker was interested in the growing importance of employees working with their minds rather than their hands. He was intrigued by the fact that some workers came to know more about certain subjects than their own superiors and colleagues, even having to cooperate with others in a large organization. Drucker analyzed and explained how this phenomenon challenged the traditional school of thought on how organizations should be managed. His concepts as “privatization” and “enterprise”-in its current form, are now used globally.In his book The New Realities Drucker highlights the inadequacy of the state as an agent of “social redemption” and evidence that only the productivity of a nation can create equity among its people. Throughout his career, Drucker was interested in the non-profit organizations and contribute their thoughts to the task of improving the way it is administered hospitals, churches, schools and civil society organizations in general. As a devout Christian, has joined the moral values of a leader to their effectiveness as manager of sustainable social development. Interestingly Drucker is always mentioned as a researcher and author on the subject of leadership, but somehow could also be considered Drucker himself as one of the most influential leaders of the twentieth century, as defined certain world view of all business managers, administrators public administrators of nonprofit organizations and all marketing executives worldwide.

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