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  1. One Reason Penn State, Where an Investigation Found That Senior Officials Showed a “Total and Consistent Disregard” for the Young Victims of Sexual Abuse As School Leaders Covered Up for Jerry Sandusky, Will Need Good Attorneys

    “Responsibility for one’s impacts is the oldest principle of the law.” — Peter F. Drucker, 1989
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  2. Nastier By the Nickel

    In New York Magazine, Lisa Miller wrote about the work of psychologist and researcher Paul Piff, who found that “living high on the socioeconomic ladder can, colloquially speaking, dehumanize people” and make them “less ethical, more selfis...
    Date2012.07.12 Views6395 file
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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. GM’s Steve Girsky on Renewed Customer Focus, Overcapacity and the Volt: Knowledge@Wharton interviews Steve Girsky, vice chairman of General Moto...
    Date2012.07.12 Views4098 file
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  4. Joe’s Journal: On Continuous Improvement

    “The next policy for the change leader is organized improvement. Whatever an enterprise does internally and externally needs to be improved systematically and continuously: product and service production processes, marketing, service, techn...
    Date2012.07.12 Views4536 file
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  5. Crash Course

    If you’re afraid of flying, there’s little solace to be found in the final report on the crash of Air France flight 447, which plunged into the Atlantic Ocean three years ago with 228 people on board. The wide-body jet was headed into a sto...
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  6. Mom, Could You Read This Post For Me?

    We’re spoiled. And then there are our children. “With the exception of the imperial offspring of the Ming dynasty and the dauphins of pre-Revolutionary France, contemporary American kids may represent the most indulged young people in the hi...
    Date2012.07.10 Views4600 file
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  7. Democracy at Work

    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. “Responsible management,” Peter Drucker once wrote, “is the altern...
    Date2012.07.10 Views5502 file
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  8. The Inevitable Revolution

    In a 1942 essay in The Virginia Quarterly Review, Peter Drucker offered his thoughts on “the great political thinkers of the generation of 1776, to whom we owe whatever freedom there has been in the Western world since.” “The 13 colonies wou...
    Date2012.07.05 Views8219
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  9. What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

    Recent selections from around the web that, we think, would have caught Peter Drucker’s eye: 1. Conflict Keeps Teams at the Top of Their Game: Is your team full of different opinions and fighting about them? Don’t worry. Mark de Rond writes...
    Date2012.07.05 Views4359 file
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  10. Influence Where You Least Expect It

    In his latest post for Forbes.com, Drucker Institute Executive Director Rick Wartzman examines how power and influence in organizations can often be exerted from unexpected quarters. Wartzman illustrates this idea through the experience of ...
    Date2012.07.05 Views6391 file
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