Three Principles to Developing Yourself as a Leader

William Cohen

Drucker was once a serious musician and he studied music composition under a famous Austrian composer, Anton Webern. Drucker knew that he was progressing pretty well, but as a result he got carried away with his success and wanted to compose what are known as "variations" at the same level as his instructor. His teacher chided him. "Peter, it took a genius like Joseph Haydn thirty years to attain the level to try what you propose. You will never be a Haydn, yet you want to do this though you ha...
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