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How I became the student of the father of modern management Drucker in the classroom What everybody knows is frequently wrong Self-confidence must be built step-by-step If you keep doing what worked in the past you're going to fail Approach problems with your ignorance not your experience Develop expertise outside your field to be an effective manager Outstanding performance is inconsistent with fear of failure The objective of marketing is to make selling unnecessary Ethics, honor, integrity and the law You can't predict the future, but you can create it We're all accountable You must know your people to lead them People have no limits, even after failure A model organization that Drucker greatly admired The management control panel Base your strategy on the situation, not on a formula How to motivate the knowledge worker Drucker's principles of self-development.
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Print version: Cohen, William A. Class with Drucker : the lost lessons of the world's greatest management teacher. New York : AMACOM/American Management Association,  xiv, 258 pages ; 24 cm