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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. We’ve frequently heard about geniuses in nuclear physics, chemical engineering and occasionally a soft science, say economics or psychology or maybe an art. Management geniuses are harder to come by. For some time, I ac Full Article »
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. The point of his dozens of books and papers on management the modern workforce was to help companies begin to ask the questions to improve their processes and procedures. Now, Dr. Bill Cohen, a 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.Many economists predict galloping infla Full Sector Report »