The Most Peculiar Leadership Model
Peter F. Drucker was a genius. Unlike Sir Isaac Newton, he didn’t choose to spend his time observing that an apple fell down rather than up. Nor did he ponder on the inner workings and hidden mechanisms of the human mind, as did Sigmund Freud. Drucker didn’t even care to emulate Albert Einstein and imagine himself on the business end of a beam of light. Instead, he spent the better part of his 96 years unraveling the secrets of management. He did this to such a degree that he becam...
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