MBOMBO stands for Management by Objectives, a phrase coined by Peter Drucker in his book "The Practice of Management," published in 1954. MBO measures the performance of employees as compared to typical standards for the job. The belief is that, if employees help determine those standards, they will be more likely to fulfill them.
SMART MethodDrucker's SMART Method is a means of checking to make sure an objective is valid. Managers carried out this verification by using the SMART acronym to make sure the objective is specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-related.
Knowledge worker"Knowledge worker" is one of the many terms coined by Drucker within his management theories. By the measure of today's society, a knowledge worker is equivalent to the executive of a company.
DecentralizationDrucker was a believer in decentralization of management. He saw that many leaders try to take on everything in a demonstration of power or a means of maintaining control, under the assumption that only they can accomplish a task correctly. Drucker believed that managers should delegate tasks in order to empower employees.
School of ManagementPeter Drucker came on as staff at Claremont Graduate University in California in 1971, when he began constructing one of the nation's first executive MBA programs for working professionals. In honor of his work, the university named its management school after him in 1987. Later, his Japanese friend and businessman received the same honor, resulting in the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management.
Claremont Graduate University's School of Management.