Atsuo Ueda, longtime Japanese friend, first conceived The. Essential Drucker. He himself has had a distinguished career in. Japanese management. The Essential Drucker is a selection from my sixty years of work and writing on management. It begins with my book The. Future of Industrial Man () and. of Peter F. Druckers book ”The Essential Drucker”. [Dru01] published in , namely: • Chapter 8: Management by Objectives and self- control. • Chapter 9.
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Indeed, charisma does not by itself guarantee effectiveness as a leader. John F. Kennedy may have been the most charismatic person ever to occupy the White House.
Yet few presidents got as little done. But precisely because an effective leader knows that he, and no one else, is ultimately responsible, he is not afraid of the strength in associates and subordinates.
An effective leader knows that the ultimate task of leadership is to create human energies and human vision. Effective leadership is not based on being clever,; it is based primarily on being consistent.
There is no known way to teach someone how to be a genius. Incompetence, after all, is the only thing in abundant and never-failing supply. The essence of management is to make knowledge productive. Innovation and entrepreneurship are thus needed in society as much as in the economy, in public-service institutions as much as in business.
What we need is an entrepreneurial society in which innovation and entrepreneurship are normal, steady, and continual. The correct assumption in an entrepreneurial society is that individuals will have to learn new things well after they have become adults - and maybe more than once. The community that is needed in post-capitalist society- and needed especially by the knowledge worker- has to be based on commitment and compassion rather than being imposed by proximity and isolation.
It also means that the center of gravity, and the center of power, will be the customer.
He really has pioneered a theoretical discipline of "management" and I found his thinking to be both pragmatically informative AND intellectually stimulating. Anyone interested in Organizational Behaviour or Management, or perhaps even economic organizational thought, should get a good dose of Peter Drucker--and I felt like I got that in this excellent compilation.
H The plain-spoken stark insights in this book made me feel like I was reading philosophy although the subject matter is management. They also have a somewhat different focus.
But he—rightly—saw that the U. The focus would, however, also be narrower because these. And thus, while using Mr. The two put an incredible amount of work and dedication into The Essential Drucker.
It is also, I am convinced, a truly unique, cohesive, and self-contained introduction to management, its basic principles and concerns; its problems, challenges, opportunities.
This volume, as said before, is also an overview of my works on management. Readers may therefore want to know where to go in my books to further pursue this or that topic or this or that area of particular interest to them.
Here, therefore, are the sources in my books for each of twenty-six chapters of the The Essential Drucker:. Chapter 1 and 26 are excerpted from The New Realities Chapters 2, 3, 5, 18 are excerpted from Management, Tasks,.
Chapters 6, 15, and 21 are excerpted from Management Challenges for the 21st Century Business Review and in the Atlantic Monthly , respectively.
Chapter 8 was excerpted from The Practice of Management Chapters 10, 11, 12, 20, 24 were excerpted from Innovation and Entrepreneurship Chapters 13, 14, 16, 17 were excerpted from The Effective Executive Chapters 22 and 25 were excerpted from Post-Capitalist Society All these books are still in print in the United States and in many other countries. These are important books and still widely read and used.
But their subject matter is more special- ized—and in some cases also more technical—than that of the books from which the chapters of the present book were chosen— and thus had to be left out of a work that calls itself Essential. Here, therefore, are the sources in my books for each of twenty-six chapters of the The Essential Drucker: