Like Peter Drucker, our faculty push the boundaries of business knowledge. Their expertise ranges from classic business subjects like strategy and non-profit management to new fields like mindfulness. The work they do—whether publishing, breaking new research ground or lending their expertise—is changing the way we think about management.
The Drucker School is led by a diverse group of distinguished faculty who are internationally known leaders in their fields. In many cases, they have come to us from other well-known schools in the world, such as Harvard, IMD, Stanford, and USC. They have come here for very similar reasons that our late colleague Peter Drucker did, when he arrived from NYU in 1971: because Claremont represents a unique small university/high-experience opportunity that results remarkable and meaningful careers for our students.
Our faculty are inspired to push the boundaries of business knowledge and practice. While they may publish in Harvard Business Review, win multiple lifetime achievement awards, and consult with top corporations in the world, that is not their primary motivation. Their primary motivation is to be here at the Drucker School, teaching talented and creative students like you who want to make a difference in the world, and understand that our approach is exactly is needed to enable your success.
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Center for Management in the Creative Industries
The Center for Management in the Creative Industries (CMCI) at CGU’s Drucker School of Management brings together core values and a unique philosophy about leadership and management in the arts through a collaboration between Sotheby’s Institute of Art, the School of Arts and Humanities at Claremont Graduate University, and the Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University.
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Center for Information Systems & Technology
Social media, mobile platforms, data-driven marketing—digital technology is dominating business. Increasingly, business leaders need to understand how to integrate it into their companies and organizations. The Drucker School of Management and Claremont Graduate University’s Center for Information Systems & Technology offers a joint IT-MBA that can help.
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Center for Supply Chain & Logistics
The Drucker School of Management’s Center for Supply Chain & Logistics provides management education, training and research in the rapidly changing field of Supply Chain and Logistics. The Drucker School’s location in Claremont, at the edge of the Inland Empire, puts us at the nexus of the largest logistics network in the United States and uniquely positions us to play a prominent role in developing supply chain innovators and leaders.
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The Drucker Institute
The Drucker Institute is an unparalleled resource. Closely aligned with the Drucker School of Management, the Institute preserves, promotes and enlarges the legacy of Peter Drucker. On one level, it is the archival repository for all of his books, writing and thinking over a more than 60-year career as a teacher, consultant and management thought-leader. On another more important level, the Drucker Institute ensures his management philosophy—“the Drucker Difference”—is alive and making a difference in today’s business world. It’s mission: “strengthening organizations to strengthen society.”
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