|Author||: Peter F. Drucker|
|Publisher||: Harvard Business Press|
|Total Pages||: 336|
|ISBN 10||: 9781633699564|
|ISBN 13||: 1633699560|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
Succeeding in the Network Economy Peter F. Drucker has inspired and educated managers and influenced the practice of management for generations. Writing across six decades, Drucker was one of the first business thinkers to understand the new rules as well as the skills required for success in the network economy. In this collection of essays, Drucker offers timeless insights on what it takes to lead a profitable enterprise in a time when networks and information have largely replaced consumable goods. He guides executives on how to recognize when to invent the future instead of being overtaken by it. These essays offer advice on many important business topics, including: Planning and strategizing in uncertain times Understanding how a network economy works Cultivating long-term business intelligence Building strategic alliances Mastering the roles and skills required in a network economy Peter F. Drucker on the Network Economy contains insights that have not only proved to be true over time but remain deeply urgent and relevant today.