Ignorance is Good
When Peter first began instruction in the classroom, he sometimes made a seemingly outlandish statement to make a point. In class one day Drucker began to speak about his work with various corporations. He told us that it was often very simple things that an outsider could suggest which if adopted would have a major impact. This was because regular managers were frequently much too close to the issues and also because they assumed things from their past experience that they incorrectly thought...
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