“Management is about human beings. Its task is to make people capable of joint performance, to make their strengths effective and their weaknesses irrelevant.”
Peter F. Drucker is considered the father of modern management, and his time-tested doctrine is the cornerstone of your education at the Drucker School. He was an Austrian-born immigrant, a respected mentor, and a brilliant man who placed a high premium on being ethical, globally minded, and socially conscious.
As a writer, teacher, consultant, and unparalleled management guru, Drucker influenced governments, non-profits, and corporations, including Edward Jones, General Electric, Toyota, Coca-Cola, Intel, Girl Scouts of the USA, and countless others. He taught at Claremont Graduate University from 1971 until 2003, passing away two years later at the age of 95.
The Drucker name commands international respect because his management philosophy makes sense, gets results, and empowers everyone in an organization to make a lasting difference.
Located in the sunny, tree-lined heart of Claremont, about 35 miles outside downtown Los Angeles, the Drucker School combines the best of both worlds. Claremont offers a tranquil environment ideal for stress-free studying and rejuvenating study breaks, while America’s second-largest city, Los Angeles, is just a short car or train trip away. Enjoy the serenity of a college town and the prestige that comes with being part of The Claremont Colleges while still networking with LA’s business innovators, creative thinkers, technology leaders, and more.