I had the immense pleasure of spending time with Peter Drucker a few years back. The author has done a terrific job of capturing Drucker’s visionary management concepts and applying them to today’s key business and leadership challenges.
This book has a wonderful foreword about Drucker written by my dear friend A.G. Lafley, Chairman and CEO, Procter & Gamble. I write extensively about how Lafley thinks in my latest book The Opposable Mind. In this foreword you learn a lot about how much Drucker influenced Lafley’s thinking.
Roger Martin, Dean of the Rottman School of The Definitive Drucker
The Definitive Drucker received recognition as one of the Best Books in Japan by Sumisei
Drucker used the interview sessions that went into the creation of this book as an opportunity to offer insights into new challenges that corporations will face in the future.
She (Edersheim) deftly applies Drucker’s business lessons to today’s ever-shifting landscape of globalization and fragmentation.
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The Conference Board Review features Elizabeth Haas Edersheim in a Q&A session regarding her collaboration with Peter Drucker on the management guru’s final book The Definitive Drucker.
Financial Times Germany ranks The Definitive Drucker number 4 in their top-ten list of business books.
Edersheim offers details of Drucker’s personal life that make his sweeping rules of management all the more compelling. She deftly applies Drucker’s business lessons to today’s ever-shifting landscape of globalization and fragmentation. getAbstract recommends her book to marketers and managers who want to learn from the best.
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To succeed today, Drucker and Edersheim note the critical importance of looking at tomorrow while focusing on customers, innovating, building collaboration, investing in workers, and setting disciplines for decision-making.
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