Departmental Bulletin Paper 芸術と経営の広がり: ピーター・ドラッカーと玉川大学の研究と教育
Transdisciplinary Research between Arts and Management:Peter F. Drucker and Tamagawa University

村山, にな  ,  佐久間, 裕之  ,  加藤, 悦子  ,  芦澤, 成光  ,  山田, 雅俊

2015 ( 21 )  , pp.29 - 45 , 2016-03-31
Peter Drucker (1909 ― 2005) has been known as a father of management, but he viewed himself as a socialecologist. As such, his theory involves an interdisciplinary approach, which leads to holistic visions. Drucker’slife and theory seems inseparable. His early education is characterized by progressive education and bothlearning and teaching became his passion. While going through horrific experience under the Nazi, Druckerobserved a fundamental weakness of human nature and noticed that forming a community is a human necessitybut it could be united either by a good or bad vision. Hence, the individual’s perception is valued as opposed toabsolute reason in Drucker’s theory engaged with polarity. Through his appreciation of Japanese paintings,Drucker generated a topological insight and idea of perception. These concepts are extended to his theory ofinnovation. As a social ecologist, Drucker’s view of polarity penetrated a functioning society and role of nonprofitentities. Drucker provided interdisciplinary inspirations toward the 21 st century global education.

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