Inside Drucker

Krames, Jeffrey A.
October 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2008, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p7
The article focuses on the leadership principles developed by business author Peter Drucker. It notes that Drucker invented management as well as made management as a social discipline. The five greatest ideas espoused by Drucker include lead like former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, prioritize execution and gain an outside-in perspective. It mentions that Drucker is not represented in textbooks despite being the first to establish key management and leadership concepts as he did not conform with traditional rules of the academic elite.


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