Tonight at 6:00PM!
Presenting…an Author Talk featuring Bruce Rosenstein, author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way.
Join Scranton native Bruce Rosenstein, Managing Editor of Leader to Leader and author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way and Living in More Than One World: How Peter Drucker’s Wisdom Can Inspire and Transform Your Life, for his presentation about how the life and work of Drucker, “the father of modern management,” can be the perfect guide to a better tomorrow.
Drucker, who died at 95 in 2005, was no stranger to the Scranton area. He delivered the commencement address at the University of Scranton on May 31, 1964.
Based on Bruce’s interviews with and extensive research on Drucker, he will discuss how to:
Your future begins today. Peter Drucker’s time-tested principles can provide the compass and roadmap to guide you, no matter where you are in your life’s journey.
Copies of both of Bruce’s books will be on sale, and there will be a book signing after his presentation.
About the Author
Bruce Rosenstein is Managing Editor of Leader to Leader, a publication of The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute (formerly the Leader to Leader Institute and earlier the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management), and Jossey-Bass.
He is the author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way, published by McGraw-Hill in November, 2013 and Living in More Than One World: How Peter Drucker’s Wisdom Can Inspire and Transform Your Life (Berrett-Koehler, 2009).
He worked for USA TODAY newspaper for 21 years, until late 2008, as a librarian and during the final 12 years, also as a writer about business and management books for the Money section. He also served as the first-ever embedded librarian in the News department.
He has studied Drucker’s work for nearly 30 years. He wrote extensively about Drucker for more than a decade, for USA TODAY and elsewhere, before the publication of his first book. He conducted one of the last interviews with Drucker, seven months before his death, in 2005.
Since 1996, he has taught the Special Libraries/Information Centers course at The Catholic University of America. The Special Libraries Association/SLA announced in June 2012 that he was one of two recipients of the 2012 Rose L. Vormelker Award for “dedication to mentoring, outstanding instruction in graduate school settings, and their own professional achievements.”
He has a BA from The American University, and a MSLS from The Catholic University of America’s School of Library and Information Science. He is a Scranton native who now lives in Rockville, Md. His website is www.brucerosenstein.com