The Drucker Perspective Posts


The right answers to the wrong questions can lead to devastating results.
The purpose of this article is to provide a basic understanding of performance measurement and control systems, starting with the five key components for building such a process. The performance management and measurement task, if done purposefully, responsibly, with knowledge and forethought, can indeed be one of the most powerful tools for achieving needed results.
Problem-solving only leads to damage containment. Only opportunities produce results and growth. It takes years to incorporate this Drucker-inspired thinking into your organization's DNA.
Marketing Is Innovation
Published: 2018-03-30
Innovation means the creation of new value and new satisfaction for the customer. Successful innovating organizations, noted Peter F. Drucker, measure innovations "not by their scientific or technological importance but by what they contrib...
Editor's Note:Corporate planning has evolved over the years. Strategic planning is but one step (albeit an important one) in a series of relatively new tools to help organizations think through what m...
Editor's Note:This article continues with the GM example illustrating the rise of General Motors in the 1920s via the development by Alfred P Sloan, Jr; a total strategic marketing plan which had as its go...
Said Peter F. Drucker: “If there’s one thing economists and I agree on, I’m NOT an economist.” In this rare instance, Drucker was wrong. He had a profound understanding of economics, an understanding that still eludes most economists today. His writings, we believe, could shape the thinking and inform the questions on economic theory and economic policy for the rest of the century – if government leaders worldwide would take the time to read, study, underline, discuss, and conduct in-house workshops on how to put his ideas into practice.
Editor's Note: In this article we provide a several Peter F. Drucker excerpts that focuses on one of the most important questions you'll ever ask yourself is: "What do I want...
Democracies worldwide are coming to the point where they have to re-think and to re-form their overriding economic models. The Keynesian Welfare State has ruled for over 50 years.Peter F. Drucker was no fan of the Neo-Keynesian economic mod...
Though the annual deficit has been cut from $1.4 trillion in 2009 to an estimated $544 billion in 2016, a new report by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office warns it will balloon again soon.Why? Be...
Uncanny Predictions
Published: 2016-07-28
Editor's Note:Both celebrated Harvard economist Joseph Schumpeter and famed author Ayn Rand made uncanny predictions about societal and economic trends that would inevitably threaten capitalism and destroy democracies.