Drucker Rules for the Ambitious
It is one thing to be able to contribute to humankind in challenging work, but that ability is worthless if you can't demonstrate it. Drucker would have said that it is a societal obligation to make it so. That is, for the maximum number of others to know about and to take advantage of your contributions. Drucker learned from his work with General Motors that he could contribute to organizations from his knowledge and methods of analysis. Yet he did not advance in academia in the usual fashion a...
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