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Bibliografía Peter Drucker
La"Biblia" del Management (Peter Drucker)

Friedrich Julius Stahl. Konservative Staatslehre und geschichtliche Entwicklung
Tübingen: Mohr, 1933

Die Judenfrage in Deutschland
Wien: Gsur, 1936

The End of Economic Man
New York: John Day Co., 1939

The Future of Industrial Man. A Conservative Approach
New York: John Day Co., 1942

Concept of the Corporation
New York: John Day Co., 1946

The New Society: The Anatomy of Industrial Order
Harper & Row, New York 1950

The Practice of Management
Harper & Row, New York 1954

America's Next Twenty Years (Collection of articles)
Harper & Row, New York 1955

The Landmarks of Tomorrow
Harper & Row, New York ?

Technology, Management, and Society: Essays by Peter Drucker

Managing for Results: Economic Tasks and Risk-Taking Decisions
Harper & Row, New York 1964

The Effectice Executive
Harper & Row, New York 1967

The Age of Discontinuity: Guidelines to Our Changing Society
Harper & Row, New York, 1969

(Ed.)Preparing Tomorrow's Business Leaders Today
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1969

Technology, Management and Society (Collection of articles)
Harper & Row, New York, 1970

Men, Ideas and Politics (Collection of articles)
Harper & Row, New York, 1971

The New Markets, and Other Essays
Heinemann, London, 1971

Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices
Harper & Row, New York, 1973

The Unseen Revolution: How Pension Fund Socialism Came to America
Harper & Row, New York, 1976

Management Cases
Harper & Row, New York, 1977

An Introductory View of Management
Harper & Row, New York, 1977

People and Performance: The Best of Peter Drucker on Management
Harper's College Press, New York, 1977

Adventures of a Bystander(Autobiography)
Harper & Row, New York, 1978

Managing in Turbulent Times
Harper & Row, New York, 1980

Toward the Next Economics, and Other Essays
Harper & Row, New York, 1981

The Changing World of the Executive
Truman Talley Books, Times Books, New York, 1982

The Last of All Possible Worlds: A Novel
Harper & Row, New York, 1982

The Temptation to Do Good
Heinemann, London, 1984

Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles
Harper & Row, New York, 1985

The Frontiers of Management: Where Tomorrow's Decisions are Being Shaped Today
Truman Talley Books/Dutton, New York, 1986

The New Realities: In Government and Politics, in Economics and Business, in Society and World View
Harper & Row, New York, 1989

Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Practices and Principles
HarperCollins, New York, 1990

Drucker in the "Harvard Business Review" 1963-1989(Collection of articles)
Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1991

Our Changing Economic Society: The Best of Drucker's Thinking on Economic and Societal Change(Collection of articles)
HarperCollins, Keystone, 1991

Managing for the Future: The 1990s and Beyond
New York: Truman Talley Books/Dutton, 1992

Post-Capitalist Society
New York: HarperCollins, 1993

The Ecological Vision: Reflections on the American Condition
New Brunswick / N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1993

Managing in a Time of Great Change
New York: Truman Talley Books/Dutton, 1995

The Pension Fund Revolution
New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1996

Drucker on Asia: The Drucker-Nakauchi Dialogue
New York: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997

Peter Drucker on the Profession of Management
Cambridge: Harvard Business School Press, 1998

Management Challenges for the 21st Century
New York: HarperCollins, 1999

The Essential Drucker: In One Volume the Best of Sixty Years of Peter Drucker's Essential Writings on Management
New York: HarperBusiness, 2001

Contributions to anthologies:

Germany - The Last Four Years
Boston 1937

Excerpt from a letter by Peter Drucker to Richard Brem, 1 December 1998:
"Germany the Last Four Years by Germanicus is a MISTAKE. I am not the author of this book - the US Library of Congress miscatalogued it. The author was a Dutch journalist. I contributed only two chapters to it - and I don't even remember which ones.")

Why Management Consultants?
In M. Zimet and R.G. Greenwood (eds.), The Evolving Science of Management.
New York: AMACOM, 1979

In: P. Graham (ed.)
Mary Parker Follett: Prophet of Management
Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1995

In: F. Hesselbein, M. Goldsmith, and R. Beckhard (eds.)
The Leader of the Future: New Visions, Strategies,
and Practices for the Next Era

San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1996


"What Became of the Prussian Army",
Virginia Quarterly Review, Jan. 1941

"Meaning and Function of Economic Function Today",
Review of Politics, April 1943

"Keynes, White, and Postwar Currency",
Harper's, July 1943

"Exit King Cotton",
Harper's, May 1946

"Keynes: Economics as a Magical System",
Virginia Quarterly Review, Oct. 1946

"Way to Industrial Peace",
Harper's, Jan. 1946

"Who Should Get a Rasie and When?",
Harper's, March 1946

"Henry Ford: Success and Failure",
Harper's, July 1947

"Key to American Politics: Calhoun's Pluralism",
Review of Politics, Oct. 1948

"Function of Profits",
Fortune, March 1949

"The Unfashionable Kierkegaard",
Sewanee Review, Oct. 1949

"Are We Having Too Many Babies?",
Saturday Evening Post, May 6, 1950

"Care and Feeding of Small Business",
Harper's, Aug. 1950

"Mirage of Pensions",
Harper's, Feb. 1950

"Labor in Industrial Society",
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March 1951

"Frontier for Thos Century",
Harper's, March 1952

"How to Be an Employee",
Fortune, May 1952

"Myth of American Uniformity",
Harper's, May 1952

"Productivity Is an Attitude",
Nation's Business, April 1952

"The American Genius Is Political",
Perspective U.S.A., Spring 1953

"The Employee Society",
American Journal of Sociology, Jan. 1953

"The Liberal Discovers Big Business",
Yale Review, June 1953

"Today's Young People: More Responsible Than You Were",
Nation's Business, June 1953

"Integration of People and Planning",
Harvard Business Review, Nov.-Dec. 1955

"America Becomes a Have-Not Nation",
Harper's, April 1956

"Marketing and Economic Development",
Journal of Marketing, Jan. 1958

"Business Objectives and Survival Needs",
Journal of Business, April 1958

"Organized Religion and the American Creed",
Review of Politics, July 1958

"Long-Range Planning: Challenge to Management Science",
Management Science, April 1959

"Potentials of Management Science",
Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1959

"Work and Tools",
Technology and Culture, Winter 1959

"The Art of Being an Effective President",
Harper's, Aug. 1960

"Politics for a New Generation",
Harper's, June-Aug. 1960

"The Baffled Young Men of Japan",
Harper's, Jan. 1961

"The Technological Revolution: Notes on the Relationship of Technology, Science and Culture",
Technology and Culture, Fall 1961

"This Competitive World",
Harvard Business Review, March-April 1962

"Big Business and the National Purpose",
Harvard Business Review, March-April 1962

"Economy's Dark Continent",
Fortune, April 1962

"Japan Tries for a Second Miracle",
Harper's, March 1963

"Managing for Business Effectiveness",
Harvard Business Review, May-June 1963

"Twelve Fables of Research Management",
Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1963

"Care and Feeding of the Profitable Product",
Fortune, March 1964

"If I Were a Company President",
Harper's, April 1964

"American Direction: A Forecast",
Harper's, Feb. 1965

"Automation Is Not the Villain",
New York Times Magazine, Jan. 10, 1965

"Crash New Year?",
Harper's, June 1965

"Is Business Letting Young People Down?",
Harvard Business Review, Nov.-Dec., 1965

"The First Technological Revolution and Its Lessons",
Technology and Culture, Spring 1966

"This Romantic Generation",
Harper's, May 1966

"Notes on the New Politics",
The Public Interest, Summer 1966

"How to Manage Your Time",
Harper's, Dec. 1966

"Frederick W. Taylor: The Professional Management Pioneer",
Advanced Management Journal, Oct. 1967

"Worker and Work in the Metropolis",
Daedalus, Fall 1968

"On the Economic Basis of American Politics",
The Public Interest, Winter 1968

"The Sickness of Government",
Nation's Business, March 1969

"The Owner and Future Manager",
Management Today, May 1969

"The Shame of Marketing",
Marketing Communication, Aug. 1969

"Is Technology Credible?",
Technology and Culture, Oct. 1969

"Management's New Role",
Harvard Business Review, Nov.-Dec. 1969

"The Surprising Seventies",
Harper's, July and Sept. 1971

"What We Can Learn from Japanese Management",
Harvard Business Review, Mar.-Apr. 1971

"How Best to Protect the Environment",
Reader's Digest, Mar. 1972

"New Templates for Today's Organization",
Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1974

"Multinationals and Developing Countries: Myths and Realities",
Foreign Affairs, Oct. 1974

"How to Make the Presidency Manageable",
Fortune, Nov. 1974

"Six Durable Economic Myths",
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 6, 1975

"Managing the Knowledge Worker",
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 6, 1975

"Japan: The Problems of Success",
Foreign Affairs, Apr. 1978

"Monster and the Lamb"(Excerpt from "Adventures of a Bystander"),
Atlantic, Dec. 1978

"Science and Indsutry: Challenges of Antagonistic Interdependence",(Adaption of an address),
Science, May 25, 1979

"Japan Gets Ready for Tougher Times",
Fortune, Nov. 3, 1980

"Behind Japan's Success",
Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1981

"Education: The Crisis Is the Same Everywhere",
Christianity Today, June 12, 1981

"Ethical Chic",
Forbes, Sept. 14, 1981

"How to Manage the Boss",
Wall Street Journal, Aug. 1, 1981

"Leadership: More Doing Than Dash",
Wall Street Journal, Jan. 6, 1981

"Why Some Mergers Work and Many More Don't",
Forbes, Jan. 18, 1982

"Schumpeter and Keynes",
Forbes, May 23, 1983

"Thomas Watson's Principles of Modern Management",
Esquire, Dec. 1983

"Business Innovation: Our Entrepreneurial Economy",
Current, May 1984

"Getting Things Done: How to Make People Decisions",
Harvard Business Review, July-Aug. 1985

"Why Automation Pays Off",
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 30, 1985

"The Changed World Economy",
Foreign Affairs, Spring 1986

"Japan's Choices",
Foreign Affairs, Summer 1987

"Keeping U.S. Companies Productive",
Journal of Business Strategy, Winter 1987

"Management: The Problems of Success",
Academy of Management Executive, Feb. 1987

"The Mystery of the Business Leader",
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 29, 1987

"Business of the Future",
Current, July 1988

"The Coming of the New Organization",
Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1988

"Management and the World's Work",
Haravrd Business Review, Sept.-Oct. 1988

"Take Me to Your Leader",
Inc., Feb. 1988

"Teaching the Work of Management",
New Management", Fall 1988

"Tomorrow's Restless Managers",
Industry Week, Apr.18, 1988

"How Schools Must Change",
Psychology Today, May 1989

"New Age Sessions Are Same Old Brainwashing",
Wall Street Journal, Feb. 9, 1989

"The New World According to Drucker"(with Niles Howard),
Business Monthly, May 1989

"Peter Drucker Asks",
Industry Week, March 20, 1989

"Peter Drucker's 1990s",
Economist, Oct.21, 1989

"The Post-Business Knowledge Society Begins",
Industry Week, April 17, 1989

"Sell the Mailroom",
Wall Street Journal, July 25, 1989

"What Business Can Learn from Non-Profits",
Harvard Business Review, July-Aug. 1989

"After Protection, a Time for Risks",
New York Times Magazine, June 10, 1990

"The Best Book on Management Ever",
Fortune, April 23, 1990

"The Emerging Theory of Manufacturing",
Harvard Business Review, May-June 1990

"The Limits of Government",
Design for Arts in Education, March-April 1990

"Making Managers of Communism's Bureaucrats",
Wall Street Journal, Aug. 15, 1990

"The Third Sector: America's Non Market Counterculture",
New Perspectives Quarterly, Spring 1990

"A Better Way to Pay for College",
Wall Street Journal, May 9, 1991

"The Big Three Miss Japan's Crucial Lessons",
Wall Street Journal, June 18, 1991

"Business of Bureaucracy",
Society, Sept.-Oct. 1991

"Don't Change Corporate Culture: Use It!",
Wall Street Journal, March 28, 1991

"How to Be Competitive Though Big",
Wall Street Journal, Feb. 7, 1991

"It Profits Us to Strengthen Our Profits",
Wall Street Journal, Dec. 19, 1991

"Japan: New Strategies for a New Rality",
Wall Street Journal, Oct. 2, 1991

"The New Productivity Challenge",
Harvard Business Review, Nov.-Dec. 1991

"Our Irritable Friend"(Book review of "The Japan That Can Say No"),
New York Times Book Review, Jan. 13, 1991

"Reckoning with the Pension Fund Revolution",
Harvard Business Review, March-April 1991

"Secrets of the U.S. Export Boom",
Wall Street Journal, Aug. 1, 1991

"The Accountable School",
Director, Dec. 1992

"Be Data Literate: Know What to Know",
Wall Street Journal, Dec. 1, 1992

"Beyond the Blue-Collar Worker",
Modern Office Technology, Dec. 1992

"Doing Good in Challenging Times"(with Richard Steckel),
Wilson Library Bulletin, Dec. 1992
"The Economy's Power Shift",
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 24, 1992

"The Future Is Already Around Us",
Modern Office Technology, Oct. 1992

"Focusing on the New World Economy",
Modern Office Technology, Nov. 1992

"How '90s Changes Will Affect Business",
San Francisco Chronicle, March 23, 1992

"The New Society of Organizations",
Harvard Business Review, Sept.-Oct. 1992

"Planning for Uncertainty",
Wall Street Journal, July 22, 1992

"The Post-Capitalist World",
Public Interest, Fall 1992

"Productivity Will Be Challenge of '90s",
San Francisco Chronicle, March 30, 1992

"Reflections of a Social Ecologist",
Society, May-June 1992

"There's More Than One Kind of Team",
Wall Street Journal, Feb. 11, 1992

"Where the New Markets Are",
Wall Street Journal, April 9, 1992

"China's Growth Area: The Service Sector",
Wall Street Journal, April 9, 1992

"The End of Japan Inc.?",
Foreign Affairs, Spring 1993
"The Five Deadly Business Sins",
Wall Street Journal, Oct. 21, 1993

"Japan Inc.'s Shaky Future",
Harper's, July 1993

"Plan Now for the Future",
Modern Office Technology, March 1993

"The Post-Capitalist World",
Current, Feb. 1993

"Professionals' Productivity",
Across the Board, Nov.-Dec. 1993

"Restructuring Middle Management",
Modern Office Technology, Jan. 1993
"The Retail Revolution",
Wall Street Journal, July 15, 1993

"Retailing in a Post-Capitalist Society",
Stores Magazine, Aug. 1993

"The Rise of the Knowledge Society",
Wilson Quarterly, Spring 1993

"Seeking Financial Accountability",
Modern Office Technology, Feb. 1993

"Six Rules for Presidents",
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 22, 1993

"Tomorrow's Managers",
Success, Oct. 1993

"A Turnaround Primer",
Wall Street Journal, Feb. 2, 1993

"We Need to Measure, Not Count",
Wall Street Journal, April 13, 1993

"The Age of Social Transformation",
Atlantic Monthly, Nov. 1994

"The Continuing Feminisr Experiment",
Wall Street Journal, Oct. 17, 1994

"Five Questions",
Executive Excellence, Nov. 1994

"How to Save the Family Business",
Wall Street Journal, Aug. 19, 1994

Forbes, Aug. 29, 1994

"The New Superpower",
Wall Street Journal, Dec. 20, 1994

"Political Correctness and American Academe",
Society, Nov.-Dec. 1994

"The Theory of the Business",
Harvard Business Review, Sept.-Oct. 1994

"Trade Lessons from the World Economy",
Foreign Affairs, Jan.-Feb. 1994

"A Weak Dollar Strenghtens Japan",
Wall Street Journal, Nov. 22, 1994

"Deep Beneath a Hurricane-Tormented Sea: Social Currents at Work",
Houston Chronicle, Jan. 1, 1995

"From Stalinism to Multiculturalism: Political Correctiveness and American Academe",
Current, Feb. 1995

"The Information Executives Truly Need",
Harvard Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 1995

"The Network Society",
Wall Street Journal, March 29, 1995

"Drucker's Challenge for CMAs",
Managing Accounting Magazine, June 1995

Training, June 1995

"Paying Attention",
World Business, Spring 1995

"Really Inventing Government",
Atlantic Monthly, Feb. 1995

"Rethinking Work",
Executive Excellence, Feb. 1995

"Five Years Ago in 'The Corporate Board'",
The Corporate Board, May-June 1996

"Leaders Are Doers",
Executive Excellence, April 1996

"Management Is Not a Technique",
Across the Board, Jan. 1996

"Not Enough Generals Were Killed!",
Forbes, April 8, 1996

"The Global Economy and the Nation-State",
Foreign Affairs, Sept./Oct. 1997

"Management's New Paradigms",
Forbes, Oct. 5, 1998

"Beyond the Information Revolution",
Atlantic Monthly, Oct. 1999"

"Innovate or Die. Drucker on Financial Services",
The Economist, Sept. 25, 1999

"The Next Society: A Survey of the Near Future",
The Economist, Nov. 3, 2001

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