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  1. Archivist’s Pick: You!

    Here’s this month’s piece from the Drucker Institute’s archivist, Bridget Lawlor. By drawing lessons from the vast treasure trove of papers and other objects that are collected in Peter Drucker’s achives, Bridget is giving new life to decad...
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  2. The Doctor Is In (the Dark)

    Most of us believe that if a doctor recommends a particular treatment he or she has a reason to think it’ll be effective. Not so. A recent New York Times article penned by H. Gilbert Welch, a professor of medicine at the Dartmouth Institute ...
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  3. What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

    Recent selections from around the web that, we think, would have caught Peter Drucker’s eye: 1. Why Showing Your Face at Work Matters: We keep dreaming of the virtual office, but then we realize: We’re just dreaming. In MIT Sloan Management...
    Date2012.08.24 Views2016 file
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  4. Joe’s Journal: A Lucky Break vs. Pure Luck

    “Luck, chance, and catastrophe affect business as they do all human endeavors. But luck never built a business.” —Peter F. Drucker I have written, from time to time, about different aspects of the invention of the Implantable Cardiac Pacema...
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  5. Channeling “Lord Heart of the Matter”

    Some of us are working longer hours than ever; others are working for Jason Fried. In a piece in Sunday’s New York Times, the co-founder and CEO of software provider 37signals detailed how his company switches to 32-hour weeks (from the norm...
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  6. Another Triumphant Conclusion to a Superbly Executed Week

    You’re about to read one of the best blog posts we’ve ever done at the Drucker Exchange, a blog post that’s going to rank with the finest of our already excellent work. According to Elizabeth Bernstein of The Wall Street Journal, this is inc...
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  7. What the Seattle Mariners’ Felix Hernandez Must Have Been Thinking As He Retired All 27 Tampa Bay Rays That He Faced This Week

    “We either do things to perfection, or we don’t do them.” — Peter F. Drucker, 1990
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  8. Run That Risk!

    According to an article in the McKinsey Quarterly, mid-level managers are making timid, scaredy-cat decisions and passing up crucial opportunities for profit. The result is underinvestment that can “ultimately hurt corporate performance, sh...
    Date2012.08.16 Views2353
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  9. Found! The Lost Drucker Tapes

    Peter Drucker teaching essential organizational and leadership principles through “authentic situations.” BNA produced four different series over the years, as film gave way to videotape: “The Effective Executive,” “The Manager and the Organ...
    Date2012.08.16 Views1959 file
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  10. What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

    Recent selections from around the web that, we think, would have caught Peter Drucker’s eye: 1. When Good Management Is a Matter of Life and Death: Writing at the HBR Blog, Morten T. Hansen, a professor at the UC Berkeley, takes a look at th...
    Date2012.08.16 Views3379 file
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