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  1. How to Perk Up Everyone at Your Company

    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. Last year I agreed to speak at the annual meeting of a successful...
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  2. Milton Friedman: A Reappraisal

    Milton Friedman, were he still alive, would have turned 100 this week. (As it was, he got pretty close, dying in 2006 at the age of 94.) To commemorate the Friedman centennial, Stephen Moore of The Wall Street Journal has penned an appreciat...
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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. The Case for Lying to Yourself: There’s a lot to be said for being honest with yourself. There may be even more to be said for being dishonest w...
    Date2012.08.02 Views2392 file
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  4. Drucker Meets the Doodah Man

    latest column for Forbes online, Drucker Institute Executive Director Rick Wartzman writes about the Tamalpais Research Institute, a performance studio created by the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, which is designed for broadcasting live HD vide...
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  5. Introducing the All-New “Drucker Now” Mobile App

    Sometimes the best way to say goodbye is to build the farewell into one’s plan from the very start. We could have used a dose of that thinking ourselves in November 2009. That’s when we launched “Drucker Now,” an iPhone app tied to the Druck...
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  6. A Problem to Solve

    Diophantus or Persian mathematician Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi? Depending on whom you ask, you’ll probably be told that one of them invented algebra, that hurdle which so many high school students fail to clear. And maybe we’re just torm...
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  7. Bearing the Torch

    Throughout his 39 books and countless articles, Peter Drucker referenced a huge range of subjects, including sports. Today, as the 30th Olympic Games officially launch in London, we’re serving up a half-dozen pieces of Drucker’s advice that...
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  8. Archivist’s Pick: The Eternal Mysteries of the Internet

    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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  9. Creative Righting

    This is the belief of David Kelley, head of the design firm IDEO and founder of the “d.school” at Stanford. MIT Sloan Management Review writes this month that Kelley delivered a TED talk called “How to Build Your Creative Confidence,” in wh...
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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. The Customer as a God: Some of us find the power of large companies to be frightening, with too much of our personal data falling into the hands...
    Date2012.08.01 Views3010 file
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