2 results for tag: Peter Drucker


What Millennials Can Learn from The Father of Modern Management

I am excited to share this guest post from my friend Bruce. Bruce Rosenstein is a leading management writer and speaker. A former researcher and business writer for USA Today, he is managing editor of Leader to Leader and author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way (McGraw-Hill) and Living in More Than One World (Berrett-Koehler). For more information, visit brucerosenstein.com. Recent upheavals in society, the dizzying rate of technological change and more have brought challenges to everyone trying to navigate the future. But millennials face added media scrutiny, and unending amount of books, articles and websites advising how best to work ...

Choosing the Best instead of Better, Great over Good

If you consider yourself an overachiever or a type “A” person, one of the most difficult things to say is “no” to requests and offers. In fact, you may consider “no” as an ugly word. You may enjoy proving people wrong and impressing others by your ability to outperform others and exceed expectations. Granted, type “A” people wants to excel in everything, but we must realize we are no superman. I must confess I have also struggled from this tendency of overachieving which resulted in spreading myself too thin.  Only after many years, I accepted quite painfully that I was no superman and I was not going to be an expert in everything. ...