The Frontiers of Management offers stimulating and profitable reading for both existing Drucker disciples and those new to his writing. This collection of thirty-five finely balanced articles and essays, plus an interview and afterword, was planned by the author from the beginning to be published eventually in one volume and as variations on one unifying theme - the challenges of tomorrow that face the executive today. What kind of tomorrow it will be depends heavily on the knowledge, insight, foresight and competence of the decision makers of today. The future is in the hands of executives who are already fully occupied with the daily crisis, and for whom the daily crisis is the one absolutely predictable event in their working day. It is to these people that this Drucker volume is addressed, to enable them to see and to understand the long-range implications and impacts of their immediate, everyday, urgent actions and decisions.... Massey-Ferguson, 203 Mayo Clinic, 168 MCI, 296, 305, 310, 314 Means, Gardner, 251, 252 Mechanization, manual labor vs., 32 Meiji Restoration of 1867, 222, 353 Mellon, Andrew, 320 Mercedes, 49, 82, 214 aquot;Merchant Taylora#39;s, aquot; 175anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Frontiers of Management|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-09-10|