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What Everyone Ought To Know About the Modern Education System
Most people don’t realize this, but the current education system was created during the industrial revolution. At first this may sound surprising, but it actually makes a lot of sense when you look at not only what subjects are taught in school, but also how they are taught.
 
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What to do about Risk
To attain success, risk is unavoidable. Not recognizing this can lead to unexpected problems. Peter Drucker, “The Man Who Created Modern Management” found that though risk...
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Thoughts on the 100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment
Today we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
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Emotions and Ethics in Marketing
Competition is a rough-and-tumble world and many businesses, especially small, entrepreneurially owned and operated ones, survive by “learning the hard way” how to sell what they make.
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Peter Drucker’s Very Different Consulting Model
No, this article doesn’t tell you how to manage consulting services for your organization effectively or anything like that. I’m not even going to encourage you to follow Peter Drucker’s methods, but I am going to explain a few of them for your consideration and use.
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Drucker’s Most Valuable Contribution
What was Peter Drucker’s most valuable contribution? With so many insights, so many wonderful ideas, so much ethical and moral guidance which might help organizations and individuals successfully meet serious challenges, we have a wide range of choices.
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A Functioning Society and Management as a Liberal Art— Peter Drucker’s Beliefs and Values
World-renowned as “the father of modern management”, Peter Drucker believed that although he was famous for establishing management as a discipline, he was actually a “social ecologist”, and his real concern was the individual’s existence in the social environment.