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Lessons From Peter Drucker
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Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: Mon, 10/16/2017
tugofwar
One of the keys to effective management consulting is to think logically to get solutions yourself, writes Dr. William Cohen in this month’s "Lessons from Peter Drucker". He focuses on questioning clients rather than providing them answers. Full Content »
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: Wed, 07/05/2017
William Cohen, Ph.D.
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. Full Content »
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: Wed, 06/14/2017
William Cohen, Ph.D.
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. Full Content »
Contributor: Editorial Staff
Posted: Thu, 05/18/2017
Hired
No one can guarantee the performance of a manager or executive appointed to a new position. Indeed, if the reports and surveys we are constantly bombarded with are correct, we can safely say most executives make poor promotion and staffing decisions. Full Content »
Contributor: Robert Swaim, Ph.D.
Posted: Thu, 05/04/2017
ahead
"The large organization has to learn to innovate, or it will not survive. —Peter F. Drucker Full Content »
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: Thu, 05/04/2017
William Cohen, Ph.D.
There are many methods of self-development, you just need to find the system that works best for you and apply it. Full Content »
Contributor: Editorial Staff at Management Matters Network
Posted: Tue, 04/25/2017
Questions
IntroductionThe most serious mistakes are not the result of wrong answers. The truly dangerous thing is asking the wrong questions.If your answer to the right question produces the wrong, unexpected result, you can take corrective action. In other words, a wrong answer to the right question can, as a rule, be repaired and salvaged.But if you ask... Full Content »
Contributor: Editorial Staff
Posted: Wed, 04/12/2017
Value
This article is the first in a series illustrating how to achieve success on the corporate battlefield using the strategic marketing strategies developed by Drucker, Levitt, Kotler, and others. Full Content »
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: Wed, 04/12/2017
William Cohen, Ph.D.
How many times have I heard experts that said such and such can’t be done? It must have been a million times. Most recently we have former presidential candidate, now President Trump. The experts in both parties and I don’t know how many news commentators said the same thing: It will never happen. Well, it did. Full Content »
Contributor: Editorial Staff
Posted: Wed, 04/12/2017
copy machine
There are two ways to imitate the innovations of others—namely; (1) developing a "me-too” or copycat offering to compete directly against the originator's innovation and; (2) launching a creative imitation of a rival's success. Full Content »
Contributor: Marshall Goldsmith
Posted: Mon, 03/27/2017
Stop Sign
Editor's Note: This article was originally published by Marshall Goldsmith on his blog, Thinkers50. It has been reposted here with permission. As a 10-year board member of the Peter Drucker Foundation, I had many opportunities to listen to Peter Drucker, the world’s top authority on management. During this time, Peter taught me some very... Full Content »
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