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A Class with Drucker: The Lost Lessons of the World's Greatest Management Teacher

A Class with Drucker brings to life invaluable advice from the world's greatest thinker and writer on management. From 1975 to 1979, author William Cohen studied under the great Peter Drucker and became the first graduate of his doctoral program. What Drucker taught him literally changed his life. In a matter of a few years, he was recommissioned in the Air Force and rose to the rank of major general. Eventually, he became a full professor, management consultant, multibook author, and university president-all while maintaining a nearly lifelong friendship with the master. In A Class with Drucker, Cohen shares many of Drucker's teachings that never made it into his countless books and articles, ideas that were offered to his students in classroom or informal settings. Cohen expands on Drucker's lessons with personal anecdotes about his teacher's personality, lack of pretension, and interactions with students and others. He also shows how Drucker's ideas can be applied to the real-world challenges managers face today. Enlightening and intriguing, this book will enable anyone to gain from the timeless wisdom of the inspiring man himself.

Publisher: AMACOM in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xiv(14)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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How I Became the Student of the Father of Modern Management
pp. 1-10(10)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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Drucker in the Classroom
pp. 11-18(8)
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What Everybody Knows is Frequently Wrong
pp. 19-29(11)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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Self-Confidence Must Be Built Step-by-Step
pp. 30-43(14)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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If You Keep Doing What Worked in the Past You're Going to Fail
pp. 44-56(13)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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Approach Problems with Your Ignorance—Not Your Experience
pp. 57-68(12)
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Develop Expertise Outside Your Field to Be an Effective Manager
pp. 69-81(13)
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Outstanding Performance Is Inconsistent with Fear of Failure
pp. 82-95(14)
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The Objective of Marketing Is to Make Selling Unnecessary
pp. 96-107(12)
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Ethics, Honor, Integrity, and the Law
pp. 108-120(13)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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You Can't Predict the Future, But You Can Create It
pp. 121-132(12)
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We're All Accountable
pp. 133-146(14)
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You Must Know Your People to Lead Them
pp. 147-159(13)
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People Have No Limits, Even After Failure
pp. 160-172(13)
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A Model Organization That Drucker Greatly Admired
pp. 173-188(16)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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The Management Control Panel
pp. 189-200(12)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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Base Your Strategy on the Situation, Not on a Formula
pp. 201-214(14)
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How to Motivate the Knowledge Worker
pp. 215-230(16)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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Drucker's Principles of Self-Development
pp. 231-245(15)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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Free Content Supplementary Material
pp. 246-258(13)
Author: COHEN, William A.

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