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Management historians have devoted attention to writer Peter F. Drucker’s thoughts about directing businesses successfully but may have overlooked (or been unaware of) his appreciation of the inherent difficulties in managing public sector organizations effectively. He nevertheless wrote...
Representing the soft and hard sides of management, ethics and quality are core aspects of an organization. Both are a philosophy as well as a process that seek to optimize behavior through clarifying the purpose and nature of work. This study examines Drucker′s treatment of these central...
The authors review Peter Drucker’s writings, framing them within the context of his formative years. Moving to an analysis of the lens through which he views business, nonprofits, and government, they examine the nexus at which public administration, nonprofit management, and business meet....
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