Leadership through management: lessons from the master

by Jini Stolk

Peter Drucker, who died in 2005, didn’t get to be famous for nothing. The guru of modern management offered these thoughts on the job of managers in The Daily Drucker: they set objectives, organize a structure to carry out the work, motivate and communicate, measure performance, and develop people, including themselves.

They ring true to me, and are an impressive testament to the complexity of the management role.

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