Peter wrote 39 books (10,000+ book pages). What book impacted you the most?

Posted by Ronald Gardin on
Your interview with David Stevens CMDA, of which I'm a member, was my introduction to you several years ago. And read your monthly newsletter. Now very much enjoy your book. Purchased several as gifts.
Thank you for mentoring me.
Posted by Shimpachi Ogata on
Innovation and Entrepreneurship: I had been working with Hitachi for over 42 years and retired from it last year. I visited Drucker Institute several years ago and got license of Drucker Curriculum for Hitachi. I am one of the Drucker Curriculum Instructor now. Even after I retired from Hitachi, I am sometimes still giving seminars of Drucker Curriculum in Japan under the contract with Hitachi. On the other hand, I am a Christian, but the number of Christian in japan is less than one percent. I heard from my friend that Peter had been teaching theology in New York. So, I have been looking for information regarding the relationship between Christianity and Peter Drucker because his concept is based on the Bible. I bought "Drucker & Me" recently. It is very good for me for the following three reasons.
1. It has good information regarding the relationship between Christianity and Peter Drucker.
2. It may give me good information and advice to think how I can contribute to get my friends to be closer to our Lord and increase the number beyond 1%.
3. It is good for me to know Peter well and understand the relationship between Bob san and your mentor.
[Could you please do me a favor ] If you would know the information regarding the relationship between Christianity and Peter Drucker, for example, teaching notes at the time when he had been giving lectures of theology in New York and let me know, I will be more than happy.
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