Ten Lessons I Learned From Peter Drucker
By Jim Collins
Foreword to the 50th Anniversary Edition of The Effective Executive
May 17, 2016
If you are to read one book on executive self-management, it should be this, Peter Drucker's definitive classic, The Effective Executive. It doesn't matter the size of your organization, or even whether you run an organization at all. Anyone who has responsibility for getting the right things done—anyone who seeks how best to self-deploy on the few priorities that will make the biggest impact—is an executive.
The most effective among us have the same number of hours as everyone else, yet they deploy them better, often much better than people with far greater raw talent.
From Chaos to Concept
Posted March 7, 2019 by Ben Carlson
Tim Ferriss recently had author and Jim Collins on his podcast to discuss his research and what he’s learned about business over the years. Collins has sold over 10 million books including Good to Great and Built to Last.
Collins mentioned he was lucky enough to be mentored by the late-Peter Drucker and shared two things he learned from one of the most well-known minds on business strategy. Drucker told Collins:
Don’t make a hundred decisions when one will do.
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Andredinero The Ministry of Industry and Minerals holds a seminar to explain the contents of the policy of communication in the presence of the ministry adviser Mr. Ammar
3/19/2019 The Ministry of Industry and Minerals held a seminar to explain the contents of the communication policy in the presence of the ministry adviser Mr. Ammar Abdullah Hamad The Ministry of Industry and Minerals Department of Policies and Reform in cooperation with the Training and Rehabilitation Department on Monday,