Peter Drucker believed that having a purpose driven life was the key to management, leadership and a sense of ethics.
Read: Fernandez, S. (2009). Peter Drucker’s leap to faith: Examining the origin of his purpose-driven life and its impact on his views of management. Journal of Management History, 15(4), 404-419. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/17511340910987329
Answer: According to the author, Peter Drucker believed that having a purpose driven life was the key to management, leadership and a sense of ethics. What arguments does the author make to reinforce this contention? Do you believe the Drucker’s spiritual foundation of management and leadership holds true today?
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The purpose of this paper is to identify and interpret the spiritual
foundation that permeates all Drucker’s contributions, and to show
that his convictions served as his internal compass, thus helping
him to develop and articulate a coherent and unequivocally
ecological view of the nature of management.
The paper makes use of primary data by focusing on Drucker’s
published works, as well as private correspondence found at the
online Drucker Archives of the Drucker Institute in Claremont
Graduate University. It also makes use of materials written about
Drucker and his views by former students and colleagues.
The paper presents Drucker as a lifelong learner, as the excellent
student who used his personal lens to observe, synthesize, and
purposefully distil his experiences into what would become the
practice of management. The paper examines his contributions to