Drucker's View
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: 04/14/2014
Can You Duplicate Drucker’s Success?
Drucker was a genius. I’m told that a real genius in a specific discipline only comes around about once every hundred years or so. For some time, I accepted the supposed wait for the next management genius uncritically and resigned myself that I would never see another management genius like Drucker in my lifetime. However, I’ve done some investigating on this subject, and now I’m less sure. Full Article »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 11/20/2013
When Peter Drucker began distilling his management principles more than half a century ago, he focused on a "what to do," not a "how to do it" perspective. Dr. Bill Cohen, a student and friend of Drucker, has published a book, The Practical Drucker, which is broken into 40 bite-size chapters that explain the how-to-do-it steps businesses can take when implementing Druckerian principles. Full Podcast »
Posted: 10/22/2013
Managing in turbulent times: Four Drucker strategies for weathering the economic storm
Managing in turbulent times is going to become an important skill for most executives. Slow and low economic growth is now a near-certainty. Couple this with mounting government deficits financed by increased taxes and overworked government printing presses and we have very clear clues to the near-term future. Full Sector Report »