The Work of Two Management Development Writers, Illustrating both Theoretical and Practical Implications of Their Work for Organizations
This report will aim to compare and contrast the work and its implications for organisation of two of the best writers of management ever: Peter F. Drucker and Henry Mintzberg.
They based their work on different theories. However, most of Mintzberg's work is focused on Drucker.
Peter F. Drucker is a writer, teacher, and consultant specializing in strategy and policy for businesses and social sector organizations. He has consulted with many of the world's largest corporations as well as with non-profit organizations, small and entrepreneurial companies, and with agencies of the U.S. government. He has also worked with free-world governments such as those of Canada, Japan, and Mexico. He is the author of thirty-one books which have been translated into more than twenty languages. Thirteen books deal with society, economics, and politics; fifteen deal with management. Two of his books are novels, one is autobiographical, and he is a co-author of a book on Japanese painting. He has been an editorial columnist for the Wall Street Journal and a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review and other periodicals.
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