The Drucker MBA Program integrates Peter Drucker's management principles with a focus on the needs of the creative economy and brings theory into practice within a collaborative team environment. The goal of the Drucker MBA is to develop future managers and leaders by enhancing their ability to make sound strategic decisions and to lead and inspire others.
The Drucker Difference
Peter F. Drucker is known as the father of modern management, and his writings on management theory and practice have proved timeless in understanding and predicting worldwide business practices. The fundamental aspects of his work— including socially responsible management, knowledge worker productivity and management as a liberal art—form the foundation of the Drucker School's management philosophy.
The Practice of Management
The Drucker MBA curriculum immerses you in the real world of business with meaningful opportunities for practical application. Through opportunities for client work and the School's new Institute for the Practice of Management (launching Spring 2013), you will gain rich applied experience "in the field" to prepare you for the real world of business and management. The Creative Economy
In today's global marketplace, there is a critical need for managers and leaders who can provide creative management and business planning skills in a broad range of business environments within the creative economy—broadly defined as those industries translating creativity into economic value.
By investing in courses and strategic partnerships, the Drucker School is positioning itself as a leader in this industry space and will prepare you to lead and manage within the creative economy.