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Management – Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices by Peter Drucker
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Register or Log In. Shopping Cart. This is an excellent read. It is quite daunting at first glance, but can be read easily chapter by chapter at whatever pace suits the reader. A great takeaway for me is that an organization's structure must closely match its strategy and goals. This clearer understanding has helped me as my unit undergoes great growth and changes while having a limited resource pool of people to select from.
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Peter Drucker: Conceptual Resources. List of his books. They believe that people pay for technology. They have a romance with technology. But people don't pay for technology: they pay for what they get out of technology.
Because a manager can profit both from the ideas and from the discipline of mind by which they are formulated. But does anyone read his works? More important, ought they? More important still, what will they gain if they do? One can learn far more deeply from watching Drucker think, says Kantrow, than from studying the content of his thought. One can learn more—and more deeply—from observing the discipline of his mind than from studying the content of his thought.
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