This paper examines the relevancy in historical context that Peter Drucker's 1988 HBR article "The Coming of the New Organization" would have on the modern firm.
|Keywords:||Knowledge Management, Knowledge Assets, Productivity, Multinational Corporation, Globalization, The Internet|
Prior to accepting an Associate Professorship at Pace University, Dr Gabberty's career spanned more than twenty years in industry as a practitioner of applied Information Systems at Fortune 50 firms, specializing in systems integration and corporate expansion in the financial services industry. Dr Gabberty is especially interested in international business and trade, information and communications technology and their aggregate impact on the competitive advantage of multinational corporations, e-commerce, ROI modeling, econometrics, transglobal data flows, and telecommunications. To maintain currency in the sectors noted above, Dr Gabberty frequently attends numerous executive and academic conferences at such leading institutions as the Harvard Business School, The Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, the Sloan School at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the George C. Marshall School of International Business at the University of Southern California. Dr Gabberty has authored numerous published articles on topics: Development of models that predict IMF debt default among nations; E-commerce and its impact in the financial services industry; International trade balance analyses; Comparative assessments of ICT usage by domestic and international firms.
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