An Anchor for Management Students: The Value of Drucker's Contribution
Vicki H. Morrison, Dr. Rodger Morrison

Drucker’s book, The Practice of Management, although written in 1954, is still as relevant today as ever, as it clearly describes the practice of management as a profession, rather than as a discipline. This work provides a unique view of the profession of management, as told from a time when no tools existed to manage complex organizations that had gone out of control. Through this book, Drucker taught that managers have a duty to themselves and to others to maintain integrity in not only their business dealings but all other facets of life as well. From the student perspective, this book remains invaluable in addressing key concepts and definitions in management, ethical expectations toward managers, and many other aspects of contemporary business.

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