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Each selection in this compelling collection is as fresh and relevant today as it was when written in the 1980s. With every essay, Drucker teaches by example- deftly demonstrating how to put current events in their larger historical context, how to pick the right people for a given task, how to think through an acquisition.
The book provides not only durable examples of a great thinker's writing but a set of ever more urgently needed lessons on how business leaders today can understand the context of their own daily decisions - and make the wisest possible choices for the future.
Timely and vivid, The Frontiers of Management remains a practical guidebook packed with enduring wisdom.
Audience: Management executives at all levels of responsibility; business and management students; Management historians.
Preface: the future is being shaped today; Interview: a talk with a wide-ranging mind; Economics; People; Management; The organization; Afterword: social innovation management's new dimension; Index.