Partners

The Drucker Institute

In May 2006, more than 100 leading Drucker-like thinkers and practitioners gathered in Claremont, Calif., to help answer one question: What is Peter Drucker’s legacy? (learn more)

PROCEEDS FROM THIS BOOK GO TO FUND THE CONTINUED WORK OF THE DRUCKER INSTITUTE

 

LEADERSHIP NETWORK

Started in 1984, Leadership Network serves as a resource broker that supplies information to and connects leaders of innovative churches. The emerging new paradigm of the 21st century church calls for the development of new tools and resources as well as the equipping of a new type of 21st century church leader, both clergy and laity. Leadership Network serves the leadership teams of large churches, as well as leaders in the areas of lay mobilization, denominational leadership at the middle and regional judicatory level and the next generation of emerging young leaders. (learn more)


THE HALFTIME GROUP

In 1998, Bob launched Halftime (www.halftime.org ), an initiative of Leadership Network that helps successful people to convert their faith into action and effective results. The mission of Halftime is to develop strategy and resources to equip business/professional leaders to achieve maximum leverage and return on the investment of their time and resources measured in changed lives and healthier communities.

Halftime is taking on the challenge of joining two distinct cultures – those of the business/professional leaders and the nonprofit leaders – in partnerships at the local community level where the business/professional leader sees and touches the lives of the recipients the partnership services. (learn more)

 

THE PETER F. DRUCKER FOUNDATION FOR NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT 

now The Frances Hesselbein Institute

In 1988, Dick Schubert, Frances Hesselbein and Bob Buford convinced Peter Drucker to lend his name, his great mind, and occasionally his presence to establish an operating foundation for the purpose of leading social sector organizations toward excellence in performance. Bob served as the Founding Chairman of the Board of Governors.  Through its conferences, publications and partnerships, The Drucker Foundation (now titled The Frances Hesselbein Institute) is helping social sector organizations focus on their mission, achieve true accountability, leverage innovation, and develop productive partnerships. (learn more)