Acknowledgments – Peter F. Drucker on Nonprofits and the Public Sector

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to reprint:

“Toward the Next Economics” originally appeared in Public Interest, Fall 1980.

“Saving the Crusade: The High Cost of Our Environmental Future” originally appeared in Harper’s Magazine, January 1972.

“Business and Technology” from Labor Technology and Productivity, edited by Jules Backman, New York University Press. Copyright © 1974 by New York University. Reprinted by permission of The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.

“Multinationals and Developing Countries: Myths and Realities” originally appeared in Foreign Affairs, October 1974.

“What Results Should You Expect? A Users’ Guide to MBO” reprinted from Public Administration Review, January/February 1976. © 1976 by The American Society for Public Administration, 1225 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.

“The Coming Rediscovery of Scientific Management” originally appeared in Conference Board Record, June 1976. © 1976 by The Conference Board, Inc. Reprinted by permission of The Conference Board Record.

“The Bored Board” from the Wharton Magazine, Vol. I, #1, Fall 1976. © 1976 by The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Reprinted with permission.

“After Fixed Age Retirement Is Gone” from The Future of Business, edited by Max Ways for the Center of Strategic Studies, Georgetown University, Pergaman, 1978. © 1978 by Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Reprinted by permission of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

“Science and Industry: Challenges of Antagonistic Interdependence” originally appeared in Science, May 25, 1979.

“How to Guarantee Non-performance” reprinted from Public Administration Review, March/April 1980 under the title “The Deadly Sins in Public Administration.” © 1980 by The American Society for Public Administration, 1225 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.

“Behind Japan’s Success” originally appeared in Harvard Business Review, January/February 1981 under the title “Japan Inc., Myths & Realities.”

“A View of Japan Through Japanese Art” from Song of the Brush, Catalogue of the Sansō Exhibition, Seattle Art Museum, 1979. Copyright © 1979 by Peter F. Drucker. Reprinted by permission.