Drucker In Practice is designed to create a global conversation sharing evidence on critical issues related to the management of organizations. The project was conceived and developed with the Drucker Society of Japan. And it was formally kicked off at a June 2007 symposium convened by The Drucker Institute in Claremont, California. Although Drucker In Practice is not a project of the Institute, we are proud of our association and appreciate its support.
To that end, we are beginning an interactive, community-based network. We seek to encourage open dialogue. All are invited to contribute.
We agreed to select one issue per quarter on which to focus the conversation and collect the evidence.
Collaboratively build a global perspective on key issues facing management and improve the understanding and practice of management.
Each quarter we will:
- Pose a question and seek accessible, evidence-based information relating to the question.
- Offer a rationale for the relevancy of the question being posed, a synthesis of related insights and anecdotes, as well as Drucker quotes to begin the conversation.
- Frame a guiding methodology for reporting the evidence in the site’s Wiki.
- Revise and update the synthesis periodically.
There will be search capabilities and translation support.
As the conversation continues, we may refine and improve the guiding methodology to enhance the utility of the site.
The site is designed for contributing and interested users. We ask that all users be respectful. Editing information in the Wiki or adding comments to the Blog require the user to sign in. We ask that all material used from the website be sourced.
Current member societies and organizations:
If your organization is interested in becoming a member of Drucker In Practice, contact us at: email@example.com or contact your local Drucker Society.