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  1. A Single-Minded Focus

    Today, we intend to pass along a business tip that’s more specific than usual: Create a business that caters to unmarried women in the Middle East. The reason is that singlehood is on the rise in that part of the world—and, for that matter, ...
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  2. Labor Pains

    A new episode of “Drucker on the Dial” is available today. Host Phalana Tiller talks with Henry Farber, a professor of economics at Princeton University and author of several landmark studies on the declining stability of employment. Tiller ...
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  3. Are You Feeding Birdseed to Your Cat?

    This piece is the first of what will be monthly contributions to the Drucker Exchange by Brand Velocity, an Atlanta-based consulting firm that is putting Peter Drucker’s ideas into practice at major corporations. You may have heard the (hop...
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  4. Is Profit Too Important to Share?

    Ford Motor has a new chief executive on the way—so who will it be? To be sure, current chief Alan Mulally has to exit first, and that’s not likely to happen until sometime next year, but, according to the The Wall Street Journal, speculation...
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  5. What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

    Recent selections from around the web that, we think, would have caught Peter Drucker’s eye: 1. The Disappearing COO and the Evaporating Talent Pool: If you’re a COO, you could well be on your way to being an endangered species. Stephen A. M...
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  6. How to Consult Like Peter Drucker

    In his latest column for Forbes online, Drucker Institute Executive Director Rick Wartzman writes about Peter Drucker’s approach as a management consultant. “Why was Drucker so in demand?” Wartzman asks. “What made him so good?” “For starter...
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  7. The Oink, Oink Economy

    The trough can be a delightful place, provided you’re one of the diners. The trouble is, it’s not so delightful for the rest of us. Americans have had to watch as their taxpayer money has gone to subsidize agriculture, favored energy produce...
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  8. Why a Turnaround Isn’t Auto-matic

    Even if you only tuned in to the Democratic convention this week for 30 seconds, you probably heard a reference to President Barack Obama’s rescue of the American auto industry—and the 1 million-plus jobs that have been saved as a result. Vi...
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  9. In Praise of Praise

    Here’s this month’s piece from neuroeconomist Paul Zak. For those who might dismiss some of our thinking as the “soft side” of management, Paul puts “hard science” behind it. Generation Y may be the most coddled generation of Americans, acco...
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  10. A Job—But Not a Living

    Just when we were feeling lousy because so many Americans remain out of work, we ran across this grim fact: Many of those who’ve been lucky enough to find a job in recent years are barely making any money. “A majority of jobs lost during the...
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