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June 14, 2012
Peter F. Drucker: "Managing Oneself".
The starting point of all management. Thanks to my friend John Davidson, a St. Louis business lawyer, and a fine and refreshing thinker in his own right, for reminding us all of the enduring Wonder of Drucker and, in particular, of one of Peter Drucker's best essays. See "Managing Oneself" which last appeared in the Harvard Business Review in January of 2005.
Posted by JD Hull at June 14, 2012 11:56 PM