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What were Drucker’s greatest lessons?

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When Thomas Neff and James Citrin were interviewing 50 CEOs and company presidents for their book Lessons From the Top, they decided they would ask all of them to name the greatest leadership lesson they had learned from reading the books by Peter F. Drucker.

Here are five lessons that topped the list:
  1. Live with integrity and lead by example.

  2. Build a terrific management team.

  3. Inspire employees to be great.

  4. Create a flexible and responsive organization.

  5. Tie it all together with supportive management and compensation.
— Adapted from Lessons From the Top, Thomas Neff and James Citrin, Doubleday.

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