Peter Drucker studies how modern-day managers, whether in business or public service, can perform effectively. He takes an international view, exploring management problems in Great Britain, Western Europe, Japan, and Latin America, and suggests how these problems can be tackled.
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Peter F. Drucker is considered the most influential management thinker ever. The author of more than twenty-five books, his ideas have had an enormous impact on shaping the modern corporation. Drucker passed away in 2005.Review:
"He covers a great deal of ground. His style is crisp, often arresting . . . A host of stories and case histories from Sears Roebuck, Marks & Spencer, IBM, Siemens, Mitsubishi, and other modern giants lend color and credibility to the points he makes . . . Most wide-ranging and comprehensive."-- "The Economist""Essential."-- "Library Journal""A landmark in management studies . . . The material covered is important to all managers regardless of functional area and size of organization."-- "Choice
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Book Description Butterworth-Heinemann, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0434903914