Although I did not see Kenneth Hopper’s presentation “Turning the World Upside Down,” I was fortunate to have seen the presentation he did with his brother Will Hopper last Thursday, for the Drucker School students, based on their book The Puritan Gift. Other than Cohen, Weber and Maciariello, I had not met the other Drucker-related authors in person before, and getting to know them, and the Hoppers, was a highlight. I also did my own presentation, Designing Your Total Life the Peter Drucker Way, at the Drucker School on Friday morning. It was great to meet new friends who attended, as well as to reconnect with friends from my previous times in Claremont. We had a stimulating impromptu discussion afterwards. The centennial may be over, but the Drucker Institute has a number of promising things in the pipeline, including several more books. The Drucker School is growing and gaining more attention. Both institutions continue to not only honor, but to extend and deepen Peter Drucker’s legacy.
Thanks for sharing my #Drucker ‘people are effective...’ quote, Lolly! https://t.co/CmTdi7zmGN
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@ChandaChacon thanks for sharing my new tweets about @LollyDaskal, Chanda!
Thanks for sharing my tweet about your new blog post on compassion and #leadership, Lolly! https://t.co/cLQL1MuIa4
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Thanks for sharing my tweet about your @JesseLynStoner podcast interview, Lolly! https://t.co/9Cdz4P4yBg
@acmarris A great point; thanks, Andrew!
Why Compassion Is the Key To Being A Great #Leader; new post by @LollyDaskal https://t.co/nTjNc2lRB9
@OnderKaraogLan Thanks for sharing my #Drucker 'people are effective...' quote!
@acmarris Thanks, Andrew; an interesting observation!