Research is an important part of the Drucker School’s mission. Our faculty is actively engaged in research in the areas of strategy development and execution, leadership models, organizational development and revitalization, entrepreneurship and new venture finance, venture capital models for emerging economies, and quality of life measurement and tools. We also have several research institutes and centers that provide opportunities for funded research, the organization of research colloquia on a national and international scale, and the integration of our Ph.D. program.

The Quality of Life Research Center

The QLRC studies and disseminates knowledge concerning “positive psychology” ( human strengths such as optimism, hope, creativity, responsibility, and courage). The QLRC brings together scholars, media representatives and other interested individuals to stimulate thinking, research and application on topics relevant to the quality of life.


The Institute for Advanced Studies in Leadership

The Institute contributes to the field of leadership by focusing on enhancing leadership behavior at the highest organizational levels, invigorating policy making and implementation in both the public and private sectors. The Institute sponsors programs to meet this goal, including conferences and symposia.


Center for the Future of Organization

The CFFO is an independent think tank that strives to serve as a premier global hub for applied research and practical discourse on new paradigms of Leadership and Organization, with special regards to the role of social network technologies as drivers of competitive advantage.


The Drucker Institute

The Peter F. Drucker Archive, an independent organization within Claremont Graduate University, affords scholars access to the writings of Peter Drucker, offers assistance with respect to Professor Drucker’s research and writings, and perpetuates his legacy as a teacher and scholar.
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