The name Drucker is synonymous with management. His many works stand as classics in management literature. Today, more than ever, Peter Drucker is looked to and listened to by business leaders and economic scholars grappling with the challenge of change.
This major work brings together his stimulating and enlightening views on the new world order for business and on management imperatives. He brings clear-sighted analysis and practical inspiration to an interesting array of subjects: the end of the era of the blue-collar worker; the ultimate bankruptcy of economic pump priming by the federal government; the lessons that nonprofit enterprises can teach big business; the changing attitudes of middle managers as the doctrine of company loyalty gives way to the demand for rewarding achievement; and many more.