The Drucker Perspective Posts

According to Peter Drucker, charisma does not by itself guarantee effectiveness as a leader; See what traits he did believe to be essential.
The issues discussed in this article–from the need to abandoning ongoing efforts to make room for expanding what's truly producing results to developing a measurement-driven L&D organization that meets the ROI needs of the most demanding CFOs/CEOs–will be front & center in the months & years ahead.
Drucker noted small organizations, in some respects, have advantages over large organizations. As a result, he developed four strategies that smaller organizations can capitalize on in the long run for success.
In this article we provide several Peter F. Drucker excerpts that focuses on one of the most important questions you'll ever ask yourself is: "What do I want to be remembered for?"
We live in a world that increasingly worships innovation because it's essential to sustaining long-term growth and profits. Yet countless thought leaders have pointed out that the greatest flow of newness is not innovation at all. Rather, it's creative/innovative imitation or creative swiping.