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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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JUNETEENTH AND MLA: WHAT CAN WE LEARN?
June 19th marks the celebration of Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day and Emancipation Day. This important date also presents an opportunity for...
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Drucker said “What Everyone Knows is Usually Wrong”
With so much information being dispensed about the coronavirus confronting us worldwide, it is inevitable that many predictions even by experts, tired and frustrated and sometimes doing dangerous but lifesaving work daily, sometimes are more negative than need be.
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You Never Know Until You Ask
I recently saw one of the lead actors who plays a detective in Law and Order talk about the value of asking questions when investigating suspects and how much is gained in this way.
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Peter F. Drucker and the COVID-19 Crisis
We are involved in a worldwide war which involves not only our health, but our livelihoods and our economy. Yet there is good reason to be positive and there is a good source of advice from Peter Drucker. READ MORE.
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Management as a Liberal Art (MLA) is not just for Business Management
If you’ve read my articles on MLA concerning Peter Drucker’s insights and theories, the practical courses at McGill University in Canada developed and taught by Henry Mintzberg, the work promoting and introducing the MLA...READ MORE.
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MLA’s Procedure and its Future
If you agree with Peter Drucker, Professor Henry Mintzberg, and a growing number of academics and practitioners, management is a liberal art, and managerial decision making should not be made solely, or even primarily by crunching and analyzing numbers to spit out solutions.