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Joseph A. Maciariello

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A Year with Peter Drucker
with Joseph A. Maciariello

When: Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Joseph Maciariello, professor of management and Senior Fellow at Claremont Graduate University, has collaborated with Peter Drucker on many publications including The Effective Executive in Action, the revised edition of Management, and The Daily Drucker has written A Year with Peter Drucker. This book distills the essence of Drucker's personal mentorship program into an easy-to-follow 52-week course.

Peter Drucker was the original big thinker forming the foundations for modern business wisdom with principles of management, innovation, leadership, effectiveness, and adapting to change. Drucker was also a mentor to many notable leaders in business, government, and nonprofits. Maciariello will get you to experience Peter Drucker's mentorship process firsthand.

Join Joe and the ILA for a webinar that will explore the themes Drucker felt were most important to leadership development, including: You won't want to miss this presentation on the 52-week course which contains a lesson, message, or anecdote taken from Drucker's extensive body of published and unpublished work, moving from theme to theme throughout the year. You'll hear how to incorporate each message into your day-to-day work.

Speaker Biography

Joseph A. Maciariello is Marie Rankin Clarke Professor of Social Science and Management Emeritus and Senior Fellow at the Peter E. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management of Claremont Graduate University. He collaborated with Drucker on many publications, including The Effective Executive Action, the revised edition of Management, and The Daily Drucker. He has taught the course Management as Liberal Art at Wheaton College and short courses in Management as a Liberal Art for the drucker Academy in China and for Centennial College in Hong Kong. Maciariello has also served as Director of Research and Academic Director of the Drucker Institute.