Shaker A. Zahra, “An Interview with Peter Drucker,”
Academy of Management Executive, August 2003, pp. 11-12:
How do you feel about the practice of management as a profession today?
About the study of management as a field of scholarly inquiry?
That would require a book of its own.
What I like to see – and what I have practiced now for many years in my own teaching – is: …
Teachers with real management experience and enough of consulting practice to know real challenges …
Major emphasis on the nonquantified areas which are the real challenges – and especially on the nonquantifiable areas outside the business; i.e. in understanding both the limitations of the available numbers and how to use numbers.”
in: “A Year with Peter Drucker – 52 Weeks of Coaching for Leadership Effectiveness – Based on the Work of Peter F. Drucker,” - Joseph A. Maciariello, published New York 2014, p. 37:
Basis for "Consulting-Projects" and "Lectures-Seminars-Workshops":
work experience in Austria and abroad as Professional, Manager and Management Consultant in small, medium and large companies – manufacturing, distribution and services – combined with intensive studies of specialized international business books.
Details: see Professional Experience
Know How demand and number of participants, content and expense for lectures, seminars and workshops
need to be agreed upon in advance.