Relevance of Peter Drucker’s work: celebrating Drucker’s 100th birthday
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I n 2005, when Peter Drucker moved on from this world at the age of 95, he left the world with a legacy of 39 volumes of written work based on his thinking, teaching, and consulting with organizations. Born on 19th November, 1909, in Vienna, Austria, Drucker remained somewhat of an enigma— he was a connoisseur of Japanese art, had excellent command over medieval history, could quote from various sources with equal ease, and was known to embody the Socratic method of dialogue. He had thought and written about many issues generating new ideas and has been many times called the management guru, though he apparently did not like to be called that. He felt it enshrined him and did not leave an opportunity for others to question him.
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