Exigete much to yourself and expect little of others. So save yourself trouble. Confucius Any student of administrative science, even the schools themselves Body engaged in training, management training for graduates capable of becoming managers, business leaders, that the time this demand and ensure the success of the company's successful development where they provide services can not be ignored in life representing the management guru Peter Drucker. Exactly, you just completed on November 11 three years of his physical disappearance, being still in force many of its contributions in support of management science and its application in enterprises by a visionary management, proactive As reminds us Salibi Jose Neto Peter Drucker was born in Vienna in 1909. He was educated in Austria and England, and earned a doctorate in law at the University of Frankfurt. Between 1950 and 1971 he was professor of management at the Graduate School of Business at the University of New York.
Since 1971 he managed the department of Social Science at Claremont University in California (the university named its business school with its name in 1987). Delivered lectures on Oriental art at Pomona College, and was also Professor of Politics and Economics at Bennington College in Vermont. In addition to devoting much of his life to teaching, Drucker was a consultant for large and small businesses, nonprofit organizations, hospitals and institutions, community service and worked for government agencies of the United States, Canada and Japan. You can not ignore the fact that, acknowledged that his profile is not the Economist, or executive, his main interest is people.