Peter F. Drucker On Doing The Right Thing

Drucker felt that managers should incorporate the following into their personal philosophy and professional lives.



Drucker resented lawmakers punishing American executives who were victimized by paying kickbacks with the assertion that these executives lacked business ethics. Drucker maintained that there was no such special thing as “business ethics,” one was either ethical or was not. To Drucker, ethics and integrity were the bedrock of all business and personal practices. He recognized that there were differences in cultures and many challenges in operating from this bedrock.So, he brought his t...
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