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Drucker Foundation Revises and Expands Web Site

NEW YORK, June 5, 2001 -- The Drucker Foundation Web site, www.drucker.org, has been fully revised and redesigned. In addition to the new look, the site offers over 1,000 pages of information and resources to visitors. The revised site uses minimal graphics, so pages download more quickly. Site searches are available on every page. The Web site has increased in visitors as well as content. It had 165,000 page views in February 2001 and 210,000 in May.

Social sector leaders, university students and faculty, corporate executives, government leaders, volunteers and many others utilize the Drucker Foundation site as an information resource.

Improvements to the Site

  • Expanded Article Section
    The Articles section includes articles from Leader to Leader, the Foundation's quarterly journal. Three new articles are: "When the Roll is Called in 2010" by Frances Hesselbein; "Creative Leadership" by Max De Pree; and "Innovation Means Relying on Everyone's Creativity" by Margaret J. Wheatley. There are now sixty-five articles available on the site from renowned authors including Warren Bennis, Peter Drucker, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, and Peter Senge.
  • Enlarged Self-Assessment Section
    The Drucker Foundation Self-Assessment Tool provides a process for nonprofit organizations to clarify mission, define results, set goals, and develop a focused plan. The Self-Assessment section has been enlarged to include more information on using the Tool and an online facilitator database.
  • New Thought Leaders Forum
    Provides a biography of Peter F. Drucker with comments from thought leaders on Drucker's contributions to management and society. It contains links to books, articles, and contact information for 265 individuals who have made intellectual contributions to the Foundation's work.
  • New Collaboration Section
    Features the Conference Board report on the U.S. Army and public-private partnerships.
  • At the Web site visitors can join as a member of the Drucker Foundation and make contributions using Paypal.

About the Drucker Foundation

The Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management, founded in 1990, is named for and inspired by the acknowledged father of modern management. The Foundation's mission is "to lead social sector organizations toward excellence in performance." The Foundation is an operating foundation, and does not make financial grants.

Jesse Flores
The Drucker Foundation




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