Peter Drucker, widely regarded as the most influential management thinker of the last century, died on Friday 11 November at the age of 95. Drucker was born in Vienna in 1909 into a high-achieving, intellectual family who knew several of the great European thinkers of the time and moved among Vienna´s cultural elite. An intellectual himself, Drucker drew on his wide-ranging knowledge of history, politics, society and culture to understand the world of management. It was this background that allowed Drucker to make accurate predictions about...
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