Prepared by : AYAN OUMAR DARAR ANISSA SOULEIMAN ADEN

Organized by : SALEEH

SUMMARY  Introduction  Biography  Truth tellers  Books and his career  Conclusion .

Secondally . we will talk about the Truth Telleres . we will know his books and his career professional. he interested to settle the factories problemes in order to help them.Introduction  ‘’ It was amazing . but because nobody knew anything’’ Peter Drucker was eager to understand how the world of business was changing .not because I was so ignorant. Peter Drucker was an exemplary man as the plurality of companies applied it his theory to organize its business to maximize its profits. Drucker made history by his efforts during his professional carreer in impossant advice to entrepreneurs because it was regarded as the father of inventing the discipline menagement studies  What is the biography of Peter Drucher ?  What mechanism Peter Drucker has he done to mark the of man ? In the begining we will talk about his biographie. And finally .

Biography Mr Peter Drucker was member of Thruth Tellers with Jack Welch and William George . he got his doctorat international and public law at FrankFurt University . In 1931.he became a senior editor for finance at the Frank-further general Anzeiger news-paper . .Peter Drucker born in vienna austria to Adolph an d caroline Drucker in 1909 he was surrounded by rich .he was writing six to eight editorials per week and manager all foreign and economic news .cultural and intellectual people because his father was a minister of economics to the Autro-Hongrian and his mother was the earliest woman medicale doctor this luck allows him to develop his own skills and knowledge about economics and menagement that is why he wrote 1929 an article a prestigious European economics journal published by the Frank Furter Zeitung in the same year.

NewYork . Another hand he was working full time as a journalist at general Anzeiger from 6am to 2pm.he moves to london after decreasing to roll in nazi party and work with them in 1933 in london he realizes his interest increasingly lie in studing and writing about humain nature.but he was excluded because he refused to sign a faculty petition in support of communism Fortunately he found quickly a new job as professor of politics and philosophy at bennington college in Vermont . In 1942 he published his second book ’’the futur of industrial Man ‘’ but he was panned by accademic .he published his first book ‘’the End of economic Man’’ than.In 1937 he substituded occasional ly Maries Doris for a professor in london. He also leaved london for the united States where.he became a part time teacher of economics at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville.he started to write the Americanes press after years.Unfortunalety.

he published his thrid book ‘’ concept of the corporation’’ In 1950.Drucker became professor of management at the graduate business school at New-York university and he remaind on the faculty untill 1971 Drucker continued to work for industry grants like general Electric and sears Roebuck .  Three years later. . He was among the first to realize how computer technology will revolutioned business processes during the early part of the decade 1954 he published a book talk about ‘’practice of management’’ Alfred that in 1966 Drucker published another called ‘’the effective executive’’ in 1975 to 1995 he wrote monthly column for the wall street journal In 1971 to present means intill 1995. In other hand Drucker was invited by Alfred Sloan the legendary chief of general Motors in order to study GM a study that forever changes Drucker is situation of life.

and surely this shows us the value of Drucker Peter for his people in his decade . Drucker is Maries Clarke professor of social science and management at Clarement graduate university in California university is graduate management school is renamed in 1984 as the Peter ferdinant Drucker graduate school of management .

there is no force in the world that is so direct or so swift in working.Truth tellers  Truth lies at the heart of all true leadership. After early successes in South Africa. he developed a doctrine of peaceful non-cooperation that he calledSatyagraha. consider Mohandas (“Mahatma”) Gandhi. “Satyagraha is a relentless search for truth and a determination to reach truth. Confronted by unjust laws imposed by the British Empire in the last century.” . Gandhi’s principles spread like wildfire in India. In reality. whom more than a billion Indians call the father of their nation. To understand how the two relate to one another. or insistence on truth. whose aim was to “wean opponents from error by patience and sympathy” rather than by subjecting them to violence. where they helped unite millions in the subcontinent against British rule.” Gandhi wrote. “It is a force that works silently and apparently slowly.

Integrity builds trust. truth-telling is as critical as vision when it comes to lasting leadership. If this principle applies to political leadership. constituents often become followers. or Wall Street analysts—are convinced the leader is a straightshooter who is expressing a complete and credible view of reality that they will accept it. and Parmalat. In these times of corporate scandals at Enron. Once that happens. which is the litmus test of leadership. employees. it applies even more to the world of business. Just as leaders need sensitive antennae to spot opportunities that aren’t obvious to others. WorldCom. . they also need the ability to communicate their vision in a way that wins the trust of their constituents. dishonesty—while it may succeed temporarily—ultimately undermines it. It is only when constituents—whether they are members of a board of directors.

economy and politics 2 novels 1 autobiographical essay .BOOKS  From the late 1930s until his death. Peter Drucker      wrote 36 books: 15 on the management of which the 2 famous The Practice of Management (translated:) and The Effective Executive (translated:) which will be more updates and reissues 1 Innovation Entrepreneurs 16 on the society.

1939) The Future of Industrial Man (The Future of Industrial Man. 1942) Business Concepts (The Concept of Corporation. 1952) .the origins of     totalitarianism (The End of Economic Man: The Origins of Totalitarianism .Management books  The end of economic man . 1950) Practice management companies ( The Practice of Management. 1945) The new company (The New Society.

Business and society books  Toward the Next Economics and Other Essays (1981)  The Changing World of the Executive ( 1982)  The Temptation to Do Good (1984)  Innovation and Entrepreneurship : Practice and Principles (1985)  The Frontiers of Management ( 1986) .

Career  Peter Drucker ‘the father of modern management ‘ was perhaps the gratest management teacher of all time yet few professionalles know that Drucker is teaching on self management are equally profound .

2) Make time for thinking 1) Focus an achieveme nt not money 3) practice 4) Learne the art of leisure 10) Be the CEO of your own life Ten Tips for getting started 9) Learn How To learn 5) Develop ea parallele career 6) Volunteer your time and talent 8) Start teaching 7) Become a mentor .

Really Peter was born by two educated parents who held very skilled professions and the house was for him a learning Enjoying the learning and individual efforts during his studies he became a great writer and a professor of various universities. finaly he deserves to mimic or follow the track for a very sucessfull life and organize . Austria to Adolph and Caroline Drucker in 1909 and died 2005.Really Peter Drucker was a guide for entrepreneurs since he had shown the glory of sucess.Conclusion  We conclude that Peter Drucker was born in Vienna .

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