The Practice of Management, by Peter F. Drucker provides remarkable width of enchantment without sacrificing scientific accuracy or depth of analysis. This book is a priceless contribution to the research of enterprise efficiency which ought to be learnt by anybody wanting information about the developments and place of management, and it is as related immediately as when it was first written.
It is a sensible book, written out of a few years of expertise in working with managements of small, medium and large corporations. It goals to be a management guide, enabling readers to look at their own work and efficiency, to diagnose their weaknesses and to improve their very own effectiveness as well as the outcomes of the enterprise they are accountable for.
Creator explains that “the manager is the dynamic, life-giving aspect in every business” and that management “is the organ of society specifically charged with making assets productive, that’s, with the duty for organized economic advance.”
The Practice of Management, by Peter F. Drucker additionally explains that “management is the least known and the least understood of our establishments” and discusses the three capabilities of management: managing an enterprise, managing managers, and to handle staff and work.
The management faces its first test of its competence and its hardest activity within the then imminent industrial revolution referred to as `automation’. Drucker does explain that automation will not be `technical’, but primarily a system of concepts, a concept of the group of work.
The Practice of Management (Classic Drucker Collection)
Peter F. Drucker
Butterworth-Heinemann; 2nd Revised edition