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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.
Drucker’s Method of Solving a Client’s Problem
Peter Drucker had a reputation as an amazingly effective management consultant. He charged as much as $10,000 an hour for his work, donated to his foundation.
Denim Day 2021
CiAM is committed to engaging students, staff and faculty in creating a culture of respect to prevent and eliminate harassment. The Denim Day campaign is intended to seek active support from all constituents to foster a positive and safe environment that works to prevent the likelihood of sexual misconduct and harassment on campus.
Support and Advocacy for our Asian Partners and Students
CiAM regrets and condemns the recent acts of violence against Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders in the United States, which has been largely fueled by the stigma around the Covid-19 Pandemic. These attacks are unacceptable...
You Can Become a Leader in Any Organization
Some concern themselves with the question: Are leaders made or born? If leaders are only born, there is little you can do but wait. Fortunately, research indicates that leaders are both made and born.
Anti-Asian Hate and Drucker’s Functioning Society
Drucker’s entire body of work is based on the concept of a functioning society that allows individuals to have their own aspirations while still being part of a larger community. In Drucker’s language...
“The most important task of an organization’s leader is to anticipate crisis. Perhaps not to avert it, but to anticipate it…