Making Management Great Again by Janka Krings-Klebe and Jörg Schreiner

Following the business news in the weeks after this year’s Drucker Forum, it became clear that management, as taught at business schools, is headed for irrelevance. Today it no longer solves problems. It creates them. So-called “best practices” of management have caused a multitude of problems that only became apparent after a delay of decades, but are now making themselves felt with force[…]

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Peter Drucker: Insights of the Ultimate Knowledge Worker
by Bruce Rosenstein

Nearly sixteen years after his death at 95, Peter Drucker’s influence and impact on individuals and organizations is as strong as ever. The availability of his books, articles, and videos is wider than it was during his lifetime, and there are several institutions worldwide dedicated to preserving, curating, extending, and building upon his legacy.[…]

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