Economic Perspectives with Hopeton Hay on KAZI 88.7 FM in Austin, TX

EP Features Interviews About Management Guru Peter Drucker and Value of MBA

Posted by Hopeton on June 29, 2011

On the July 4th edition of Economic Perspectives, Jim Champy, Chairman Emeritus, Consulting, Dell Perot Systems and author of the ebook What I Learned from Peter Drucker, and Firdos Vohra, a student in the MBA program at The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business will be the guests 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. central time on KAZI 88.7 FM.  Listen live online at kazifm.org.

What I Learned from Peter Drucker

Peter Drucker is universally acknowledged as one of the most influential business thinkers of all time.  His theories on how to effectively manage businesses and organizations of all types have profoundly shaped the way we live and work today.  In this brief eBook, his friend and New York Times bestselling author Jim Champy offers unique insights into Drucker’s legacy.

Jim Champy is recognized as the world’s leading authority on the fundamental redesign of business processes, organization, and culture. His bestseller Reengineering the Corporation, co-authored with the late Michael Hammer, sold more than 3 million copies, and his subsequent books on leadership, change management, and strategy have reached wide audiences around the world. His most recent title is Inspire!

Firdos Vohra: The Value of the MBA

Many experts are questioning the value of the MBA. Vohra, a student in the MBA program at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, will discuss what she is learning that makes the cost of an MBA worth the investment.  Vohra begins her second year in the MBA program this fall.

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