Archive for April 11th, 2015

More and more people in the workforce — and most knowledge workers — will have to MANAGE THEMSELVES.  They will have to place themselves where they can make the greatest contribution;  they will have to learn to develop themselves.  They will have to learn to stay young and mentally alive during a fifty-year working life.  They will have to learn how and when to change what they do, how they do it and when they do it.
Knowledge workers are likely to outlive their employing organization.  …  But the average life expectancy of a successful business is only thirty years — and in a period of great turbulence such as the one we are living in, it is unlikely to be even that long.
    —    Peter F. Drucker
From his book:  “Management Challenges for the 21st Century
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2014 Still Trying To Die (5)
2013 Honest Doubt
2012 Choice
2011 Ownership Of Thought

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