PREPARING TOMORROW'S BUSINESS LEADERS TODAY

By: Peter F Drucker, editor,

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PREPARING TOMORROW'S BUSINESS LEADERS TODAY by Peter F Drucker, editor, with 23 contributors
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Pentice-Hall Inc, Englewood Cliffs - first edition, 1969. hardcover, 9' x 6", with dust jacket. Jacket edges have scuffs; jacket front has horizintonal marks at base. GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black leatherette-bound boards with gold type to spine and front, tan endpapers, and summary by Peter Drucker. This highly-readable book examines the changing environment in which business operates (politics, community, finance, technology), and discusses the major new developments in business enterprise, the new tools and concepts available to business leaders. It also suggests ways in which business schools could better provide for tomorrow's top professional leaders. This book is from a symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Graduate School of Business Administration of New York University; with twenty-three outstanding contributors.

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