A Glimpse of Drucker’s Brain: E-Interview and Reader Q&A with Jeffrey Krames

In 2003, at age 94, Peter Drucker, widely considered the world’s most influential expert on management, granted Jeffrey Krames a daylong interview about his management principles, his 38 books, and the leaders he had advised over the years. Upon his death in 2005, the Washington Post credited Drucker for influencing “Winston Churchill, Bill Gates, . . . → Read More: A Glimpse of Drucker’s Brain: E-Interview and Reader Q&A with Jeffrey Krames

Reforming Healthcare & Taking On Big Pharma: An E-Interview & Reader Q&A with S.J. Robinson

Former nurse and retired attorney S.J. Robinson, author of The Price of Death, has practiced law dealing with medical malpractice and insurance companies over the last 30 years. Her book focuses on issues such as health insurance reform, oversight for prescription drug production, and the growing power of healthcare conglomerates. For more information about . . . → Read More: Reforming Healthcare & Taking On Big Pharma: An E-Interview & Reader Q&A with S.J. Robinson

Amateur Economists Celebrates 3 Months, New Name with Book Giveaways

Most of you already know this: Amateur Economists is not that old. It turned three months old, to be exact, on October 7. Since our first and second-month milestones went by quietly and uncelebrated, we decided to do things differently this month.

In celebration of our readers old, new, and yet-to-be (because this online . . . → Read More: Amateur Economists Celebrates 3 Months, New Name with Book Giveaways