Tom’s Archive at the Drucker Institute

With a collection of over 40 years worth of books, presentations, and articles, Tom has been nothing if not prolific. He wants to make sure his ideas are accessible even after his retirement. That is why he has donated his life’s work to the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University, the home of Peter Drucker’s own extensive archives.

Tom says, “I am infinitely proud to be part of the Drucker family and hope my contributed papers will be of value to management thinkers and others in the years to come.”

As an advocate for affordable and accessible education, Tom has always posted his presentations online, free for download. He has partnered with libraries to ensure anyone can read his books. Tom records short, insightful videos to be easily screened on YouTube. In this next step he not only ensures his legacy of People First, he also models to other thought leaders the importance of collaboration and preservation.

“I saw a great opportunity to make the Drucker Institute the epicenter of management thinking and debate, allowing scholars, students, and leaders in the private, public, and social sectors to explore and learn from a near-century of writings on the topics of management, business, leadership, and humanism.”

Read Claremont’s full announcement!

Holly Bauer posted this on November 22, 2023, in Announcements.
Bookmark and Share