Drucker - Executive Management Program (EMP)

Drucker - Executive Management Program (EMP)


Join us next Wed. Dec. 5th for a talk with Dr. Jeremy Hunter who will be speaking on the topic of "How to not lose your mind in three easy steps: Managing yourself through Crazy Times" @ Burkle 16! This is a transdisciplinary collaboration between Org Talks, Pos. Friday, Drucker Marketing Club, and CGU Alumni Association. Lunch will be provided. Due to the popularity of Dr. Hunter's talks, we ask you to pre-register so that we may ensure sufficient food & beverage for all attendees. We look forward to seeing you all there! 😀

Visit us at drucker.cgu.edu/emp ~ Follow us on twitter at druckerEMP The Executive Management Program is designed for working professionals.

We offer several degree and certificate options that allow you to customize your education to your specific interests and needs. Our flexible course scheduling allows you to move through the program at your own pace and build your class schedule around your professional and personal life. You can complete it in as little as 18 months or as long as seven years.

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Congratulations Andrew Henkes!

We are pleased to announce that Andrew Henkes has been named the new director for the Center for Business & Management of the Arts (CBMArts), effective July 1.

Since joining Claremont Graduate University in May 2015, Andrew has served in admissions and program management roles at the Drucker School.

His new role, combined with a promotion to assistant dean, will allow him to reconnect with one of his biggest passions: the arts.

“I'm thrilled to step in to lead CBMArts at a time when the center is entering a phase of growth. With the recent Cadigan gift to CGU, CBMArts is positioned to become a centerpiece of the university's portfolio of programs that positively impact society.”

Join us in welcoming Andrew into his new position!

hbr.org 06/20/2018

3 Biases That Hijack Performance Reviews, and How to Address Them

Great read on Bias in the Workplace

hbr.org What managers should keep in mind if they want to be fair.


Drucker School of Management

With the Global Peter Drucker Forum just a few months away and urging us to rethink how businesses are run, Forbes​ re-visits three of Peter Drucker's back-to-basics management responsibilities.

wsj.com 12/18/2017

The 250 Most Effectively Managed U.S. Companies—and How They Got That Way

Great read...

wsj.com Amazon is on top, followed by Apple and Alphabet, in a landmark ranking, the Drucker Institute’s Management Top 250.

newscientist.com 04/19/2017

Creative people physically see and process the world differently

Thought this was too good not to share.

newscientist.com Those who display a high degree of the openness personality trait may be more creative because of the way they process visual information


The Drucker Institute

to June 2002 when Drucker was announced as a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom for "being world’s foremost pioneer of management theory." More to check out in http://bit.ly/1Djj3pD


Drucker School of Management

Claremont Graduate University’s (CGU) Creative Industries Open House featured a panel discussion showcasing alumni who are leaders in their fields: John Swanson (EMBA, 2010), production manager for DreamWorks Animation; Jeanne Holm (MS, Information Systems, 2002), deputy CIO and assistant general manager at the City of Los Angeles; and Ariella Lehrer, (MA, Psychology, 1982; PhD, Psychology, 1984), president and CEO of Legacy Interactive and Legacy Games. http://bit.ly/298RLjX


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More than a dozen Claremont Graduate University students will spend an intense week in New Zealand this summer as part of the Drucker School of Management’s latest Global Immersion course. They will learn how New Zealand’s export-driven economy thrives in a highly global yet entrepreneurial environment.

Jenny Darroch, a Drucker professor of marketing and influential scholar in the field of knowledge management, is teaching the course, “Managing Globally: From the Point of View of a Small Export Economy.”



Drucker School of Management

Congratulations to Jacob Janzen for winning 1st place in the Kravis Concept Plan Competition with his business Start Art. Jill Mintzer won 2nd place with her business iHydr8. We're so proud of our students!


Drucker School of Management

"Everything we know about companies and organizations is changing because of digitization."


Drucker School of Management

Drucker in Silicon Valley Day 5: Today the Drucker MBA students learned about Apple's culture with Drucker alumni and VP of Apple's Corporate Financial Planning, Saori Casey '96.


Drucker School of Management

Drucker in Silicon Valley Kickoff --learned about the dynamic culture of Netflix from Tawni Cranz (EMBA '11), Chief Talent Officer. Students gained fantastic insight on Netflix going global.


Drucker School of Management Class Preview/Information Session

Join us for a Class Preview and Information Session

eventbrite.com Join us for a class preview and information session to learn more about the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University. Experience the first day of Professor Bernie Jaworski's course on Client Relations starting at 4:00 pm (participants should plan to check-in at 3:30 pm). After…


Harvard Business Review

Quick read on Mindfulness & its effects on your brain. I'm grateful that classes like the Executive Mind, Mastering Reactions and the Art & Practice of Self Management & to Prof Jeremy Hunter for teaching & being a pioneer in this area. The Drucker School was ahead of the curve on this.

It’s good for resilience and decision making.


Drucker School of Management

“Effective executives know where their time goes. They work systematically at managing the little of their time that can be brought under their control.”

medium.com 03/01/2016

This Is How You Identify A-Players (In About 10 Minutes) During An Interview

Great read for identifying and hiring A-Players.

medium.com This post was first shared with my private email list for founders. If you want to learn how to grow from small startup …


Drucker School of Management

Meet Professor Jay Prag.

Area of Expertise: Finance, Economics, Strategy, Game Theory, Leadership.
Favorite Business Book: Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco, by Bryan Burrough and John Helyar
Hobbies/Interests: Movies, basketball, singing, and playing the guitar.
Fun Fact: "I was on the game show, Win Ben Stein’s Money, and I won Ben Stein’s money.”
What is your favorite part about teaching at the Drucker school? "Getting to know and then staying in touch with students."
Favorite Song Right Now: S.O.B. by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iAYhQsQhSY)


Drucker School of Management

Are you a manager or a leader?


Drucker School Student Association

Some fabulous Drucker candidates representing at Hire SoCal today!


Drucker School of Management

"Everything we do at the office gets called “work.” And that’s a problem. Really, there are two kinds of work:

“Deep work” is using your skills to create something of value. It takes thought, energy, time and concentration.

“Shallow work” is all the little administrative and logistical stuff: email, meetings, calls, expense reports, etc.

Shallow work stops you from getting fired — but deep work is what gets you promoted."



Drucker School of Management

We are excited to announce that we've opened a new location in downtown Los Angeles that will serve as a hub for creative industry academic programs, special events, and creative collaborations. The space is within walking distance of the Arts and Financial Districts, and at the center of a dynamic community of artists, entrepreneurs, and innovators.


Drucker School of Management

"If you invest instead on what's working, typically that's really the differentiator. If you spend more time there it can make you more successful." Tawni Cranz '11, Chief Talent Officer, Netflix


Claremont Graduate University

Arin Brahma had lots of good reasons for coming to CGU for a PhD in information systems and technology with a specialization in data science and analytics: “One [reason] is I found subject matter that I’m passionate about here. I searched a lot of universities, but I am passionate about learning more about data science and analytics—and I found out Claremont offered that. That itself was great news for me. Then I found it was a very flexible program because I am also a professor myself teaching at another university, so I have to do both: I have to do full-time teaching as well as pursue my PhD. So, the flexibility of the program, the quality of the faculty, the research that goes on here, and this beautiful campus—it’s local for me, I live in Irvine—I think those are the winning factors.”


Claremont Graduate University

You know the name—Drucker—but do you know the person? This is Peter Drucker, an educator, prolific author, and management consultant who was described as the “father of modern management.” In 1971, he helped develop the country’s first executive MBA programs for working professionals at CGU. The Drucker School bears his name proudly and adheres to his philosophy of management as a liberal art, upholding his imperative that business organizations are accountable to society and should operate responsibly and ethically.


Drucker School of Management

The world is changing... Do you have the skills necessary to succeed?


Claremont Graduate University

Who loves their humans more -- cats or dogs? Economics Prof. Dr. Paul J. Zak ran experiments for a BBC documentary that explores the question. The findings are gaining global attention, including features on the Today Show, The Huffington Post, and The Sydney Morning Herald.


Drucker School of Management

Author and friend Bruce Rosenstein recapped Drucker Day on his blog. Rosenstein said the day left him with "a sense of new beginnings" at the Drucker School, and he concludes that managing and leading creative organizations is a space in which the school is "poised to thrive."


Claremont Graduate University

To celebrate our 90th anniversary year, our will focus on the people who contributed to our university’s history.

This is James Blaisdell. Blaisdell, who originally came to Pomona College as a professor of biblical literature in 1910, was CGU’s founding president. He envisioned a network of small, independent colleges—which became know as the Claremont Colleges—that included a graduate university. Blaisdell served as CGU’s president until 1936. His vision of a “graduate school of the highest distinction” continues to shape CGU into the institution it is today.

Check back every Thursday for more history.

inc.com 11/15/2015

Why Disobedient Children Make Great Entrepreneurs

inc.com According to recent research, unruly, rule-breaking kids earn more as grownups--and are likelier to become entrepreneurs.

inc.com 11/15/2015

Why Disobedient Children Make Great Entrepreneurs

Quick read on how unruly children become successful entrepreneurs.

inc.com According to recent research, unruly, rule-breaking kids earn more as grownups--and are likelier to become entrepreneurs.


Drucker School of Management

starts tomorrow!
Eugene Young (EMBA, 2011), president of Ryan Seacrest Productions, and Tawni Cranz (EMBA, 2011), chief talent officer for Netflix, will be our keynote speakers, followed by a roast of Drucker Professor Jay Prag. Are you attending? Remember to tag yourself and your friends and share your favorite moments.

hbr.org 11/04/2015

What Peter Drucker Had to Say About Automation

hbr.org His writing is still relevant today.

fortune.com 11/04/2015

MBA Hiring is Finally Recovering From the Recession

fortune.com And it's not just where you'd think

bizjournals.com 10/05/2015

Inspiring Capital connects MBA students with non-profits and socially-minded companies - New...

bizjournals.com Nell Derick Debevoise created the consulting firm Inspiring Capital with one goal in mind: train and connect MBA students with non-profits and socially-minded companies that want to make a positive difference in society.

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