Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices

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Harper & Row, 1974 - Management - 839 pages
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Management is tasks. Management is a discipline. Peter Drucker's classic text also reminds us that management is also people. Every achievement of management is the achievement of a manager. Every failure is a failure of a manager. People manage rather than "forces" or "facts." The vision, dedication, and integrity of managers determine whether there is management or mismanagement.

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User Review  - Alondra - Goodreads

It was a good book. I got a little irritated at the excessive details of the inside of the houses, I like it but I had hope it would have had more conversations instead of the details. Though that is my opinion and I am sure others will disapprove at me. Read full review

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User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

I nearly didn't finish this one because it starts so slow, but the action picks up in the second half, leaving the reader with a fairly enjoyable experience. Fans of Victoria Holt and other older ... Read full review


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Peter F. Drucker has been Clarke Professor of Social Science and Management at Claremont Graduate School in California since 1971.

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