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Management article
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Reference no. 88506
Authors: Peter F Drucker
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Business Review", 1988
Length: 8 pages

Abstract

The truly important challenges managers face are caused by the success of management itself. Management has transformed the economic and social fabric of the developed world by applying knowledge to every aspect of work. Knowledge, not bricks and mortar, is the center of capital investment and society''s chief resource. Amid so much change, management''s essential task remains the same--to enable people to work together so that their strengths are magnified and their differences minimized.

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Abstract

The truly important challenges managers face are caused by the success of management itself. Management has transformed the economic and social fabric of the developed world by applying knowledge to every aspect of work. Knowledge, not bricks and mortar, is the center of capital investment and society''s chief resource. Amid so much change, management''s essential task remains the same--to enable people to work together so that their strengths are magnified and their differences minimized.

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