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William Cohen, Ph.D.

How to make $10,000 an hour marketing your consulting or anything else

More than fifty years ago Peter Drucker wrote and proved that marketing and selling are not the same. Drucker may have made as much as $10,000 an hour as a consultant. Yet he did no selling or advertising of his services. He also claimed that perfect marketing would make selling unnecessary.

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: July 5, 2017
Tags: Drucker, Marketing, selling, Peter Drucker, William Cohen


William Cohen, Ph.D.

How to become a master innovator and gain the support to implement successfully

One of the most important and useful competencies that I learned as a general, was how to innovate and how to implement innovation. Both are essential and this knowledge and ability helped me to become and perform as a general, and in the civilian world as a senior executive and CEO as well. I also learned that unless you can do both, innovation by itself is a waste of time.

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: June 14, 2017
Tags: master innovator, Innovation, implementing innovation, Drucker, Peter Drucker, William Cohen


William Cohen, Ph.D.

Self-Development is Crucial to Achieve Success

There are many methods of self-development, you just need to find the system that works best for you and apply it.

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: May 4, 2017
Tags: self-development, Drucker


William Cohen, Ph.D.

How Peter Drucker Became a Somebody*

Millions worldwide have heard the name Peter Drucker. Peter Drucker was the most famous management thinker over the last hundred years, and perhaps of all time. However, Drucker could easily have qualified as a self-help and motivational guru. Drucker not only believed in and taught self-development, but he practiced the methods he developed (which he called “self-management”) himself. He... Read more

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: March 6, 2017
Tags: Peter Drucker, Drucker, Success Methods


William Cohen, Ph.D.

How Drucker Can Make You a Better Manager*

Peter Drucker is known as “the Father of Modern Management.” He was certainly different than other management gurus. And by the way, he didn’t like that description of his work. His own choice was “social ecologist.” In case you are wondering, a social ecologist studies how societies interact and organize themselves. But there is a little more to it. Social ecology was a theory founded by an... Read more

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: February 16, 2017
Tags: Drucker, Peter Drucker, William Cohen, Management


William Cohen, Ph.D.

Why Managers Still Follow Drucker’s Ideas*

any famous managers from industry and researchers from academia have passed on since making their names and contributions. Yet while we honor what they have contributed during their careers, many of the techniques and systems they have developed have faded and fallen into disuse. Consider even those once so pervasive that millions of managers in every industry were taught and practiced at least some of the principles of these past contributors.

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: February 13, 2017
Tags: William Cohen, Drucker, Management, leadership, business success, Peter Drucker


William Cohen, Ph.D.

My Friend, the Richest Man You’ve Never Heard Of

I first heard about Bill Bartmann in the late 1990’s. I was working on a book, The Stuff of Heroes: The 8 Universal Laws of Leadership and was seeking interviewees of outstanding leadership to illustrate the eight universal laws in my book. I came across an article, “The Richest Man You’ve Never Heard Of” in the September 1st, 1997 issue of  Inc magazine. Bartmann was truly a hero because he... Read more

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: December 23, 2016
Tags: Drucker, William Cohen, Bill Bartmann, leadership


William Cohen, Ph.D.

Why Another Book on Consulting?*

Why should anyone write another book on consulting? More importantly why would anyone want to read one? There are dozens of books written about consulting. Heck, I wrote one myself and it’s currently in its fourth edition after selling something like 100,000 copies over the last twenty years. Since I am the author of the new book Peter Drucker on Consulting I am probably best positioned, if fact... Read more

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: November 28, 2016
Tags: William Cohen, Peter Drucker, consulting, business success


William Cohen, Ph.D.

Why You Need to Know how Peter Drucker Consulted*

No, this is not a self-help piece on how to manage consulting services for your organization effectively or anything like that. I’m not going to encourage you to follow the methods of just any consultant either, but a consultant in the manner of Peter Drucker, the Father of Modern Management and how he consulted with organizational heads to help big companies, small companies, non-profits, and top political leaders of countries solve their problems and reach their goals.

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: October 4, 2016
Tags: Drucker, Peter Drucker, consulting, William Cohen


William Cohen, Ph.D.

10 Lessons from Drucker’s Accomplishments*

I don’t believe one can consider Drucker’s unique steps toward becoming and then performing as a management consultant without learning a great deal which anyone can use to help in building one’s own successful management careers or even in other aspects of life. Here are some lessons I think that are particularly worthwhile pondering. Lesson No. 1 None of our upbringings, environment, and the... Read more

by: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Published: September 14, 2016
Tags: Drucker, business success, Drucker lessons, William Cohen


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