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Post-Capitalist Society by Peter F. Drucker

Post-Capitalist Society (1993)

by Peter F. Drucker

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Post-Capitalist Society von Peter F. Drucker (1994)



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One of my absolute favorites. Provides such a great foundation on Management from a Transnational standpoint. Great historical references and examples of the evolution of Management. His insight into "Knowledge" and "Service" workers is great. Kaizen and Social Responsibility are very important themes in my opinion. Gives a really great examples of different Management Teams. A must read for any entrepreneur. A very inspirational book. ( )
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