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Details for Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management

Participant Status

Non-communicating

Type of Organization

Business School

Type of Education

Post Graduate, Doctoral, Executive

Institution is part of

Claremont Graduate University

Location

Claremont, CA, United States

Website

http://www.drucker.cgu.edu

Sign Up Date to PRME

01 Apr 2008

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

17 Jun 2014

Sharing Information on Progress (2014)

The Drucker School of Management SIPR2012-2014 - View Report

Sharing Information on Progress (2010)

COMMUNICATION ON PROGRESS REPORT 2010-2012 - View Report

We are a unique professional school of management – small, intimate, diverse, and values-driven. With a core faculty that is distinguished for both its teaching and applied research, we offer a range of management programs that equip graduates to lead successful and significant careers.

Sharing Information on Progress (2010)

Communication on Progress Report - View Report

Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

• A new course “Becoming a Social Entrepreneur/Global Change Agent” (MGT 310) has been introduced. The objective of this course is to strengthen one’s capacity for achieving global changes by learning and then applying OB, economic and Social Entrepreneurial (SE) skills to improve society and empower the poor. The course is being taught by Dr. Warner Woodworth.

• A new course “Designing Excellent Organizations Using Appreciative Inquiry” (MGT 311) by Prof. David Cooperrider has been introduced.

• The “Topics in Sustainability” (MGT 374) course has been introduced recently that helps students prepare to develop a multi-disciplinary appreciation of the evolving and complex issues of Sustainability, and learn tools and metrics that will help them manage and lead sustainability initiatives in organizations through an understanding of climate science, government policies, marketing sustainability, green supply chain management plans, triple bottom line and proper reporting of sustainability metrics, resulting in effective sustainability plans for their organizations.

• The Drucker School plans to hire two new visiting faculty members who have a vision on sustainability and would also incorporate it in their teaching.

• The Drucker Institute will continue with the course “The CEO Forum” - Leading CEOs gather to discuss what it takes to be a leader in an age when the challenges facing our planet, our society, and our individual organizations are more complex and demanding than any known in our lifetimes.

• The Drucker Centennial Celebrations marking Drucker’s 100th birthday, will be continued highlighting Drucker’s seminal teachings on effective management, ethical leadership and social responsibility.

• Drucker Business Forum would be hosting more events that aim to Inspire, Connect and Impact people by bringing in exceptional speakers from the LA business community

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

• A new course “Becoming a Social Entrepreneur/Global Change Agent” (MGT 310) has been introduced. The objective of this course is to strengthen one’s capacity for achieving global changes by learning and then applying OB, economic and Social Entrepreneurial (SE) skills to improve society and empower the poor. The course is being taught by Dr. Warner Woodworth.

• A new course “Designing Excellent Organizations Using Appreciative Inquiry” (MGT 311) by Prof. David Cooperrider has been introduced.

• The “Topics in Sustainability” (MGT 374) course has been introduced recently that helps students prepare to develop a multi-disciplinary appreciation of the evolving and complex issues of Sustainability, and learn tools and metrics that will help them manage and lead sustainability initiatives in organizations through an understanding of climate science, government policies, marketing sustainability, green supply chain management plans, triple bottom line and proper reporting of sustainability metrics, resulting in effective sustainability plans for their organizations.

• The Drucker School plans to hire two new visiting faculty members who have a vision on sustainability and would also incorporate it in their teaching.

• The Drucker Institute will continue with the course “The CEO Forum” - Leading CEOs gather to discuss what it takes to be a leader in an age when the challenges facing our planet, our society, and our individual organizations are more complex and demanding than any known in our lifetimes.

• The Drucker Centennial Celebrations marking Drucker’s 100th birthday, will be continued highlighting Drucker’s seminal teachings on effective management, ethical leadership and social responsibility.

• Drucker Business Forum would be hosting more events that aim to Inspire, Connect and Impact people by bringing in exceptional speakers from the LA business community

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