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Congratulations to Professor Bernie Jaworski, who has received a lifetime achievement award from the American Marketing Association in recognition of his career accomplishments as a researcher, educator, and leader.
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In his latest column, Professor Jay Prag argues that the state government should step in and offer housing subsidies to help low and middle income residents keep up with the rising costs of rent and homes in the Inland Empire region of California.
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Drucker School alumnus Arturo Noriega (MBA, '05) founded Centro Community Partners, an Oakland-based nonprofit that helps low-income women and minority entrepreneurs become effective, socially-conscious business leaders. Centro has been so successful that Noriega—along with help from fellow Drucker alumnus Daniel J. Healy (MBA, 2011)—recently launched an app that is spreading the organization’s innovative entrepreneurship model across the US and throughout the world.
Centro Community Partners, founded by Drucker alumnus Arturo Noriega, helps low-income women and minority entrepreneurs become effective business leaders.
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The Drucker School invites you to join us on Saturday, April 11 for the annual Drucker School Open House! You will experience a mock class, lunch and networking with current students, faculty and staff, and meet Dean Larry Crosby.
The Drucker School cordially invites you to join us on Saturday, April 11th for our annual Drucker School Open House! You will experience a mock class, lunch and networking with current students, faculty and staff, and hear a special message from Dean Larry Crosby. We look forward to seeing you!
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We've heard the term "glass ceiling" to describe the barrier that keeps women and minorities from rising to senior leadership positions - in spite of qualifications and experience - but as marketing Professor Jenny Darroch explains in her Huffington Post column, a better term might be "powder keg."
Much has changed for women. The fact that we have International Women's Day, or that many organizations host Women in Leadership events to empower women, or women feel they can mobilize to effect positive change is testimony to progress....
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For over a decade, the Drucker School has offered its MBA students a systematic education in self-management. Join Professor Jeremy Hunter for this Feb. 18 webinar on Drucker's philosophies as they apply to mindfulness in professional relationships.
We live in a confusing time. Yet, we have to take action and move forward. How do we do we take positive and constructive action? For over a decade, the Drucker School has offered it's MBA students a systematic education in self-management. This process helps future leaders manage their inner ...
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Alumnus Mark Hatch (MBA, '95) is CEO and co-founder of TechShop, a chain of member-based workshops that lets people of all skill levels use industrial tools and equipment. Hatch is at the forefront of what has become known as the 'Maker Movement', and has managed to commercialize the cult trend throughout the USA.
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Older women are the new it-girls of fashion. Brands like Kate Spade, Céline, and L'Oréal are tapping into the 'silver economy.' Drucker School marketing Prof. Jenny Darroch talks to Adweek about why the trend is taking off.
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In his latest column in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, finance Professor Jay Prag wades into the complex economics of raising the minimum wage.
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The Office of Professional Development and Alumni Relations is taking 11 students to San Francisco this week to explore career paths and meet with leaders from some of California top companies, including +LinkedIn  Safeway, and +Ubisoft.  A big thank you to the alumni who sponsored the trip!
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Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker School of Management has partnered with LA+Acumen, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting poverty, for the Catalyst Case Challenge on April 18. The Catalyst Case Challenge is a competition that encourages students to find solutions to real-world social problems.
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How many hours per week do you work? It is tricky determining the point at which the romantic notion of work-life integration tips into the all-consuming reality of overwork.
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The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management, or more commonly, the Drucker School of Management, is the business school of Claremont Graduate University, which is a member of the Claremont Colleges. The school is named in honor of Peter Drucker, who taught management at the school for over 30 years.

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