Managing Oneself: The Best-Kept Secret of Total Success
From the moment The Effective Executive hit the bookshelves in 1967, Peter F. Drucker was leading a self-management revolution.Drucker's central thesis? "Knowledge workers must take responsibility for managing themselves."In both The Effective Executive and its superb 2006 sequel The Effective Executive in Action (with Joseph Maciariello), readers find basic principles and practices of management success.These books explain and document the attitudes, practices, and habits exemplified by high-pe...
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