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Leaders Must Always Envision a Bright Future

This column originally published on Leader To Leader Journal and has been updated for MMN.Occasionally, I casually remark in speeches that I have tattoos on both shoulders. I pause and wait for the audience’s shock to become apparent, and then... Learn More »
September 19, 2017

The Quickest Way to Learn and Master Any Subject

It was Peter Drucker, the father of modern management, who discovered the quickest way to learn and master any subject. He used this method himself to become wealthy and recognized as the world’s most renowned management expert and consultant. He... Learn More »
September 17, 2017

Balanced Scorecard or OKRs: Which Tool Will Help You Execute Strategy?

In a recent study highlighted in Harvard Business Review, strategy execution was cited as the number one challenge facing global CEOs, topping innovation, geopolitical instability, and top-line growth. Little wonder it keeps executives up at night... Learn More »
September 10, 2017

In the Age of The Unicorn Bubble, the Real Value of a Business Matters More Than Ever

What’s a business worth? Given the outsized valuations of the so-called “unicorns,” the answer may be “who knows.” Is Uber really worth $75 billion? These valuations of privately held companies valued at more than a billion dollars -- and... Learn More »
September 10, 2017

Crafting & Executing Strategy: Part 1

Editor's Note:Corporate planning has evolved over the years. Strategic planning is but one step (albeit an important one) in a series of relatively new tools to help organizations think through what must be done and how to do it.Peter F.... Learn More »
September 6, 2017

Crafting & Executing Strategy: Part 2

Editor's Note:This article continues with the GM example illustrating the rise of General Motors in the 1920s via the development by Alfred P Sloan, Jr; a total strategic marketing plan which had as its goal to reinvent the automobile market.... Learn More »
September 5, 2017
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Reflections on Peter F. Drucker and the 50th Anniversary Edition of The Effective Executive

Although Peter Drucker wrote a number of books that could justifiably be called classics, perhaps his most beloved is The Effective Executive, which was recently reissued earlier this year as a commemorative 50th Anniversary... Learn More »
September 4, 2017

Peter F. Drucker and The Next Society Part 2: How a New Global Workforce Will Shape Strategy

Introduction:This article presents Peter F. Drucker’s observations on what he called the “Next Society,” as explained in “Managing in the Next Society,” (2002) and in an earlier book, “Managing in a Time of Great Change” (1995).Drucker referred to... Learn More »
September 4, 2017

Peter F. Drucker and The Next Society Part 1: Demographic Trends Within Major and Emerging Economies

“If the twentieth century was one of social transformations, the twenty-first century needs to be one of social and political innovations.” -- Peter F. Drucker (1909-2005)IntroductionThis article presents Peter F. Drucker’s observations on what... Learn More »
August 30, 2017
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The Nice Boss Syndrome

Everyone wants a nice boss. And if a nice boss is one who respects me and my work, challenges me to get better and wants to see me grow as both a professional and a leader, then I’m for it too. But too many people look at a hard-charging boss... Learn More »
August 20, 2017
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