The Drucker School of Management offers an education in change, leadership
and social responsibility. Learn how to make your career and the world better.
Become a Change Agent.

Involved Faculty

Experienced and prominent professors are leading all classes - providing an elevated perspective for both theory and real-world experience. Our faculty are accessible to help you in and outside the classroom.

Small Classes,
Big Ideas

With an average class of 25 students, our structure allows faculty and students to get to know each other. Because we are small we are able to innovate and to experiment in order to stay current.

Create Your Future

Take advantage of rigorous, functional management programs overlaid with Peter Drucker's philosophy of ethics, responsibility and humanistic values. Education far beyond the bottom line.

Our nationally recognized faculty is committed to collaboration. In a school without departments, Drucker professors are accustomed to working closely
with their peers and students to create a robust and accessible learning environment.

Bernie Jaworski

Peter F. Drucker Chair in Management and the Liberal Arts

Bernie Jaworski has been ranked as one of the top five marketing scholars based on both the number of publications as well as citation analysis in regarded marketing journals. He has taught a variety of undergraduate, MBA, and PhD courses in leadership, marketing, and strategy and was a senior partner of the Monitor Group, a global management consulting firm.

Ayça Altintiğ

Assistant Professor of Finance

Ayça Altintiğ’s research interests span the areas of agency theory, corporate governance, international finance and industrial structure. Her research has been published in many outlets including the Journal of Business, Financial Management, Journal of Corporate Finance and Journal of Banking and Finance.

Jenny Darroch

Professor of Marketing

Jenny Darroch specializes in marketing strategy - in particular market definition and market segmentation - with a special interest in marketing to women. Her publications appear in leading journals and one of her career highlights was co-editing a 2009 special issue of the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science: A Tribute to Peter Drucker.

Hideki Yamawaki

Ito Chair of International Business and Professor of Management

Hideki Yamawaki teaches MBA and Executive courses. He has published numerous articles in professional journals during the past 30 years in the fields of industrial organization, international trade and investment, and international business strategy. His research has focused on examining the behavior and performance of US, European, and Japanese corporations in international markets.

Jeremy Hunter

Assistant Professor of Practice

Jeremy Hunter created and teaches The Executive Mind, a series of demanding and transformative executive education courses dedicated to Peter Drucker’s assertion that, “You cannot manage other people unless you manage yourself first.” Hunter’s courses seek to redefine and enhance productivity by cultivating quality of mind. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Economist and National Public Radio’s Morning Edition.

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