Wall Street Journal, The Wisdom of Peter Drucker

Drucker believed charisma was overrated: The architects of victory in World War II, Marshall and Eisenhower, were ‘deadly dull,’ he noted.

Matthew Rees

Dec. 11, 2014 7:09 p.m. ET

‘What Would Peter Do?” was the question emblazoned across the cover of a 2009 issue of the Harvard Business Review. The “Peter” in question was Peter Drucker (1909-2005), and the magazine’s collection of articles confirmed his sacred status among business thinkers.

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PAGE19, Insights From the World's Best Business Books

A Year with Peter Drucker: The Good Management Can Do Outside the Boardroom

The Father of Management, Peter Drucker, believed that managers had not just the ability, but an obligation to use their skills for the greater good. In honor of the release of Joseph A. Maciariello’s A Year with Peter Drucker, here’s a look at the good Drucker believed managers can – and must – do outside of business.

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800CEO Reads

"His driving force was to provide for the needs of citizens of free societies so they would never be tempted to authoritarian substitutes, which history … had shown to be disastrous."

With those lines, Joseph A. Maciariello could be talking about any number of giants of recent history: Abraham Lincoln, Mohandas Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela. 

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A Year of Leadership Lessons--in 5 Minutes

In his new book, "A Year with Peter Drucker," Joseph Maciariello shares a year's worth of leadership lessons. Inc. condensed some of the essentials into a 5-minute read.

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7 Must-Read Business-Related Books Coming Out This Week

NEW YORK (TheStreet) – Now that Thanksgiving and Black Friday are past, it’s time to get back to business.

There’s no better way than to bone up on trading psychology with the upcoming title Wiley’s Trade Mindfully: Achieve Your Optimum Trading Performance with Mindfulness and Cutting Edge Psychology, coming out this week.

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